First release of the year — RadExPro 2017.1!
Fast on-the-fly sorting in Trace Input module, brand-new Interactive QC module for on-land 3D/2D data quality control (either off-line or real-time!), eight parallelized modules…read more
RadExPro is a seismic processing software on Windows. It is well suited for in-depth HR/UHR marine seismic processing, real-time marine 2D/3D seismic QC, onboard fast track processing, land and marine off–line seismic QC, complete processing of near–surface seismic data (reflection, refraction, tomography, MASW) and VSP processing. We offer high–quality product for a competitive price.
The software is developed since 1992. It is being used by hundreds of geophysical and geotechnical companies in more than 50 countries all over the globe.
On June 12-15 visit our booth 810 at the biggest EAGE annual convention. We are going to make in-booth presentations on processing of high-resolution…read more
Fugro use RadExPro globally for the offshore quality control or our seismic data. The software is both efficient and reliable, and the support provided by Deco Geophysical is excellent.
— Simon Oakley, Geoscience Manager
Fugro Survey Limited
We use RadExPro mostly for data analysis as it is highly versatile and gives the user flexibility to build their own custom workflows using a variety of modules available. The header and trace manipulation is only limited by the user’s creativity.
— Abhimanyu Yadav, Onboard Processing Support Geophysicist
RadExPro has become our preferred processing software for 2D & 3D sparker multichannel data (UHRS) since the early of 2015. The reasons being that it has the full suite of processing modules for the complete processing of our UHRS data; it is the only software in the market with the database management and processing tools to resolve source and receiver motion with the vertical accuracy we require; and lastly but not the least, DECO Geophysical has always provided prompt support and has strived to meet our needs for new software tools and features.
— Henrique Duarte, Director of the Marine Department
GeoSurveys Consultants in Geophysics
MM–GEO Limited use RadExPro since 2008 mainly for field seismic acquisition QC, processing and analysis of field trials and, in some case, for 2D data processing. We use it in acquisition projects in Algeria, Libya, Ethiopia, Iraq and Western Siberia. Our geophysicists and supervisors like RadExPro primarily because it is very handy and flexible and runs on conventional Windows laptops.
We are also very happy to see how fast the software is being updated and improved, as well as how prompt and responsive is the support team.
— Vyacheslav Marutyan, acting CEO
Having used RadExPro Professional for diverse near-surface research projects we can say that this software package does a great job. Having this very ergonomic and reliable package of seismic processing tools available is quite a technical plus point, either at fieldwork with QC–tools or back at the office with the full variety of processing steps. Besides vibrator shearwave applications we have been extensively using the MASW tools which worked amazingly well at even very small geophone separations like 0.2 m—no number rounding problems!
Last not least to mention that RadExPro runs smoothly even on small notebook computers. This is quite convenient while using the software for QC or any other application at field sites.
— Dr. Andreas F. Kathage, Managing Director
GeoHiRes International GmbH
We use RadExPro for processing of high–resolution marine seismic data. RadExPro is solid and gives you complete freedom to work on the data. The software brings our, considered simple, single channel data to a whole new level for QCing and processing.
— César Félix, Head of Technical Department
RadExPro provides a complete solution for in–depth processing of HR/UHR marine seismic data including advanced denoising, high–resolution offshore statics, designature (automatic wavelet estimation, deghosting, debubbling, deconvolutions), efficient demultiple algorythms for multi–channel (SRME) and even single–channel data (Zero–Offset Demultiple), 3D regularization, pre–stack and post–stack migrations, etc.
Data on the picture is an ultra–high resolution (up to 3000 Hz) record acquired by Geo Marine Survey Systems with a 48–channel streamer and a sparker source at 2–5 m water depths. Channel spacing was 1 m, CDP interval—0.5 m. All the processing was made in RadExPro software by GeoSurveys.
The algorithm utilize a stabilized approximate solution for the deghosting operator, applied to a seismic trace in both forward and reversed time. The optimum ghost delay is estimated adaptively to the data within a sliding window, to ensure the best possible match. This results in sharp crystal–clear seismic images with broad spectrum and high signal–to–noise ratio.
Data on the picture is an airgun record courtesy of University of Tromsø.
Real–time QC is dedicated for onboard seismic source and data quality control as soon as the data is received during marine seismic acquisition. It is aimed to identify any problems with seismic acquisition at the very same moment when they happen. This allows seismic crew to immediately fix the problems, minimizing related loss of operational time and money. Nowadays RT QC is the industry standard for marine seismic operations.
RadExPro Real–Time allows QC of the data from thousands of channels in true real–time, using just an average good modern PC with a multi–core CPU and 64–bit Windows OS. Compare this to some other known packages, which are supposed to run procedures in the real–time, while on practice have dozens of shots delayed even working on a Linux cluster…