For more than 30 years, Delph Geo software suite has been extensively used by surveyors and geophysicists around the world, providing them with leading edge software and hardware solutions. Interfacing with most industry leading sensors and data formats, Delph Geo latest generation results from their key input and the strong experience of iXblue engineers.
Delph Geo Seismic, Sonar and Mag compose a complete and modular software solution with dedicated acquisition, processing and interpretation applications. They operate with side-scan sonar systems, seismic systems, sub-bottom profilers, magnetometers and gradiometers. Delph Geo software is a major leap forward in providing geologists, geophysicists and hydrographers with a highly optimized workflow. It offers greater flexibility, a major boost in productivity, and top-level multi-sensor data integration, quality control - QC - and interpretation capabilities, all in a smart and intuitive software environment.
Recording optimum-quality data can be a challenge, especially when simultaneously supervising several pieces of equipment. Dedicated to surveyors, Delph Geo Acquisition software features an easy-to-read display with a focus on raw data quality. Large indicators display the acquisition status and inform operators about the nature and severity of problems when they occur. With a resolutely simplified user interface and display-only data processing, it provides a stability to the core logging functions of the application, and reduces the risk of mistakes that may corrupt the raw data.
> Sub-bottom profiling
> Analog Seismic
> Side-scan Sonar
Delph Geo Interpretation
Delph Geo Interpretation is the most advanced geophysical data processing and interpretation package in the industry. It will boost the processing of any side-scan sonar, sub-bottom profiler, seismic data or magnetometer data, and its intuitive 2D/3D multi-sensor geo-referenced software environment will provide global QC and interpretation of multi-sensor datasets.
Compatible with most data formats in use, Delph Geo Interpretation offers dedicated profile displays for tuning data processing and the fine analysis of the records. Delph RoadMap 2D/3D cartographic software provides project-level data management, batch operations - processing, mapping, reporting - and mutli-sensor visualization.
The highly optimized workflow of Delph Geo Interpretation reduces software manipulations, and saves time to geophysics who can better focus on QC, data analysis and interpretation.
Delph Geo Interpretation can be operated both in real-time and post-processing, adapting to traditional tow-fish and ROV based operations up to most demanding multi-USVs and muti-AUVs surveying methods. Whatever the survey scale, Delph Geo Interpretation will cope with the large data amounts and deliver results in a short time.
> Side-scan Sonar
> Synthetic Aperture Sonar
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