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22-06-2017
Our booth at the 79th Conference & Exhibition EAGE (photo report)
June 12-15, 2017
Paris, France

 


17-11-2016
Important information!
At this time, all new technology implementation, seismic data processing and interpretation projects are being operated by NPP Spetsgeofizika, founded in 2007. GDS retains its role as a petroleum geology consultancy and purveyor of innovative technologies.


08-06-2016
Our booth at the 78th Conference & Exhibition EAGE (photo report)
May 30 — June 2, 2016
Vienna, Austria

78th Conference & Exhibition EAGE


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    AViSeis® ®    
IST-3MP — static correction interactive technology ® SeisWin — field QC ® GDS-I — vibrator control geophysical digital system ®

IST-3MP

IST-3MP®

Our specialized interactive statics correction technology (IST®) and its implementation in the IST-3MP® software suite .

The interactive statics correction technology is widely used in our work in areas with challenging near-surface anomalies (such as traps, buried valleys, karsting, permafrost, etc.).

This technology helps us process poor quality seismic data.

 

To demonstrate what this technology can do, GDS offers test processing of your data from areas with near-surface anomalies. Please see input data specifications here.

SeisWin QC

SeisWin-QC®

This software suite supports automated onsite seismic data QC.

The software is designed to evaluate, visualize and map seismic recording quality attributes.

This software suite operates under Windows©.

GDS-1

GDS-II®

GDS-II® (Geophysical Digital System) is a universal vibrator control system, complete with a radio communication subsystem and integrated GPS/GLONASS receivers.

The system contains universal vibrator control units that support two modes:

  • Encoder – radio link between the acquisition system and vibrators
  • Decoder – for vibrator setup and shot point control
GDS-1

AViSeis®
Adaptive Vibroseis

New unmatched field survey technology AViSeis® provides:

  • Higher S/N ratio in the target reservoir interval;
  • Higher reflection resolution;
  • Broader signal spectrum;
  • Consistent amplitudes.