Electromagnetic Data Processing
Soliton Ltd has spent many years developing advanced software to process survey data for both standard EN Operationss and own patented technologies surveys.
Our software creates a database from data received by Soliton sensors, along with navigation details. This database allows data cataloguing and mapping, with graphical outputs that include options for in-line cross sections, contour map and colour grid. For every measurement point, tables and a signal time derivative is calculated.
Our modeling capabilities include the construction of interpolated cross- sections and electric field maps through the use of tomography inversion.
Remarkable progress has been made in electromagnetic data processing Operationss, such as fast inversion using nonlinear conjugate gradients, and data interpretation Operationss, like Induced Polarization and Resistivity anomalies for hydrocarbon detection.
These new techniques have been applied in petroleum survey and many cases are in complicated areas. They have successfully served the investigation of deep igneous rock reservoirs, and prediction of potential hydrocarbon targets. The cases indicate that electromagnetic techniques can help seismic survey to effectively detect hydrocarbon reservoir and remarkably improve drilling successes.
Seismic Data Processing
GeoGraphics Discovery (Landmark)
SMT Kingdom (IHS Kingdom)
STRATA (Hampson Russel)
IRAP RMS (Roxar)
Mapping and Imaging
During last ten years we have developed a number of software packages for EM data processing, QC analysis and interpretation.
We have cooperated with Novosibirsk Research center and Institutes of Russia Academy of Science for new Operationss and software development.
«Vibor ЗС» is licensed program (Authors V.S. Mogilatov, A.V. Zlobin), that provides real geoelertric media modeling with any type of source impulse and also processing in 1-D and 2-D format inversions.
PrWork - application package that provides data processing for IP, TS, conversion to Excel, Seg-Y formats
PrWork package is used for the EM data visualization, analysis and correction. It supports both 2D and 3D observation geometry. The visualized plots could be exported directly to mapping applications.
The correction procedure is realized through spatial smoothing of the amplitudes of impedance components. There is a possibility to perform automatic and manual correction.
A variety of visualizing capabilities enables to plot apparent resistivity and impedance phase distributions and tipper in the form of pseudo-sections, graphs, curves e, polar diagrams and induction vectors.
PRinv is an inversion tool closely connected to the PrWork package. It is designed for 1D automated inversion for both 2D and 3D observation geometry. The software uses 1D solver and provides apparent resistivity and impedance phase inversion accounting for the data error bars and stations geometry. An a-priory information on conductivity distribution model could be also accounted for.
The friendly graphic interface works under MS Windows family. It provides a variety of capabilities for geoelectrical model and observed data visualization/edition, modeled response analysis.
Depth Cross-Section software is applied for the plotting of the EM attributes cross-sections of print quality as a result of profile EM data interpretation. The software has a friendly interface and developed capabilities. The main advantage is the possibility to create the ready-to-print final plots from the geoelectric models and digital records in standard seismic format SEGY.
SSEE Data Time Domain processing
High Resolution processing
«Vibor ЗС», licensed program (Authors V.S. Mogilatov, A.V. Zlobin), that provides real geoelertric media modeling with any type of source impulse and also processing in 1-D and 2-D format inversions.
PrWork - application package that provides data processing for IP, TS, conversion to Excel, Seg-Y format.
Due to customer demand, SOLITON Ltd has customized and adapted 2D Smooth Inversion algorithm to work seamlessly with the Interactiv™ IP System. The algorithm uses a two-dimensional finite element Operations, which incorporates topography in the inversion of resistivity (and IP) data.
The integration allows the user to perform all data import, conversion and QC in the SOLITON IP System and then perform inversions of the IP directly from within Montaj. These results are then available to the user for analysis and interpretations. The standard pseudosection plotting and presentation functions supplied with the SOLITON IP system are used to display the data.