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InSite-Design™ is a specific module of our InSite software developed to allow the user to inspect, analyse and model seismic array designs in an intuitive way while providing access to a range of advanced tools for manipulating the data.

  • All features are accessed from a single WINDOWS program making the software user-friendly and easy to install.
  • The data management system allows the user to easily input, navigate and manipulate the data set.
  • InSite-Design is 'scale independent' allowing the same processing functions to be applied to data recorded over millimetres as data recorded over kilometres.
  • InSite has a very simple file structure that wraps all parameters. This removes the need for any text configuration or data-storage files. InSite then allows the user to export the required data into accessible ASCII formats.
  • InSite consists of a number of tools each designed to carry out a set of related processing and/or visualisation functions.

Click here to download a brochure with full details of the functionalities and applications of InSite-Lite. To request a quotation for InSite-Lite please contact us here or email us at asc-info@appliedseismology.co.uk

Technical support is provided by geophysicists with experience in commercial and research projects in the engineering, geothermal, radwaste storage and oil & gas sectors. We offer open software training courses and can provide bespoke training solutions for companies online or in person.

 

InSite-Design Features

  • Import well geometry and well objects (formation tops, packers, plugs, sleeves). Use wells for borehole sensor placement.
  • Downhole, star, patch, grid and elliptical grid array configurations. Select uniaxial or triaxial sensors. Can import user's array geometry.
  • Ray-tracing algorithms with complex velocity structures to locate microseismic events within a 3D volume (including anisotropy).
  • Magnitude sensitivity using P and S waves. Use of an average or specified double-couple radiation pattern.
  • Location uncertainty using Monte-Carlo simulations at specific points. Model pick times and/or velocity model uncertainties.
  • Advanced 3D visualisation of event locations, allowing rotating, panning, magnifying and flying through the scene plus creation of hot-planes and 3D objects.

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