RadExPro is a seismic processing software on Windows. It is capable for seismic processing from real-time seismic acquisition QC and in-field processing to final stacks.

Many of our clients use RadExPro for in-depth HR/UHR marine seismic processing, both 2D and 3D, with a number of dedicated seismic processing algorithms available, fine-tuned to address problems typical for this kind of data. Those include efficient adoptive deghosting, multiple suppression, high-resolution marine statics, 3D regularization and pre-stack migration.

Its Vertical Seismic Profile (VSP) processing facility includes extended support of Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) data, with input of data formats of all major manufacturers of DAS equipment, in-field real-time QC and data analysis, as well as conventional VSP processing.

RadExPro can also be used for complete near–surface land seismic data processing — reflection, refraction, and MASW.

The software is being developed since 1992. It is being used by hundreds of geophysical and geotechnical companies, universities and research institutes in more than 50 countries all over the globe.

News

Provisional Event Schedule 2023

Provisional Event Schedule 2023 150 150 RadExPro

In 2023 RadExPro will be in attendance at the following industry events: 18-20 Apr, Ocean Business 2023, Southampton, UK 5-8 Jun, EAGE Annual 2023,…

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New Tutorial Available

New Tutorial Available 150 150 RadExPro

A new tutorial on ‘Python Proxy – How to Introduce Your Own Algorithms in Python into RadExPro Software’ is now available in the Tutorials…

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Events

Ocean Business 2023, Southampton, UK

Ocean Business 2023, Southampton, UK 150 150 RadExPro

On 18-20 April join us at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, UK for the Ocean Business 2023 show – the global meeting place…

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2nd EAGE Workshop on Fiber Optic Sensing for Energy Applications, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2nd EAGE Workshop on Fiber Optic Sensing for Energy Applications, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 150 150 RadExPro

On 5-7 December meet us in KL, Malaysia at the 2nd EAGE Workshop on Fiber Optic Sensing for Energy Applications. We are proudly co-sponsoring…

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Our Clients

Our Clients about RadExPro

In–Depth Processing of HR/UHR Marine Seismic Data

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.

SharpSeis Deghosting/Broadband Processing Solution

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 Marine Seismic QC

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…