GeoDepth users can now perform model-centric velocity determination by incorporating SKUA structural and stratigraphic model building capabilities into the depth imaging workflow, enabling velocity volumes and geological formation volumes created in SKUA to be used in Illumination, grid tomography and migrations, and RTM modeling workflows. This is particularly important in geological regimes defined by faults, salt bodies, unconformities, etc.
Other key features of the Paradigm 15 release include:
- Enhancements to Echos Reverse Time Migration (RTM), such as variable density and a new option to migrate poststack data; and a new Echos module (RNA) for shearlet-based attenuation of ambient noise in seismic data
- Enriched velocity model updating, including time-preserving tomography and VSP tomography in GeoDepth
- A full workflow for Offset Vector Tile (OVT) gathers (prestack data) in GeoDepth
- Significant improvements in run time (app. X5) that enable EarthStudy 360/CRAM to be run on large datasets
- New Quantitative Seismic Interpretation (QSI) modules, including embedded colored inversion
- New assisted fault-horizon contact feature in SeisEarth
- Global Velocity Model Builder in Explorer (also available in GeoDepth & SeisEarth), offering an easy way to build velocity models without the need to perform time-consuming data preconditioning
- A new, easy-to-use variogram analysis tool in SKUA-GOCAD
- New connectivity options:
You can see all the great new features of the Paradigm 15 Release at www.pdgm.com/promotional-sites/paradigm-15-release/. Videos of some of the new features show you how these enhancements can make your work better and easier.
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