New release – RadExPro 2020.1
The next version of our seismic software, RadExPro 2020.1, is ready now! The main novel is the Interactive Refraction Statics module that we have been working on for the last few months. In the future, we are going to license it separately, but for now, a standard RadExPro Professional license includes 100 launches of the module. You can use this launches both for evaluation/educational purposes and for commercial projects.
Other improvements include Surface-Consistent Decon, synchronized spectra, when Screed Displays are synchronized, automatic horizon velocity analysis and more, see Release Notes for the details.
As many of you probably have noticed, due to some technical problems we had to skip 2019.4 release. For this reason, for those of you who had been on maintenance by 31.12.2019 but now the maintenance is over, we decided to provide this update for free.
So, if you are on maintenance now or had been on maintenance by 31.12.2019, please contact us at
Due to some technical problems, we had to skip 2019.4 release. For this reason, for those of you who had been on maintenance by 31.12.2019 but now the maintenance is over, we decided to provide this update for free. So, if you are on maintenance now or had been on maintenance by 31.12.2019, please contact us at email@example.com and get your free update.
New release — RadExPro 2019.3
Improved Zero-Offset Demultiple, improved header picks management in Screen Display, trace header table display in the Interactive QC/Seismic Display/QC Display, Real-Time SEG-D (Rev.3) Input in the Real-Time configuration and more — all the details are in the Release Notes.
As usual, if you are on maintenance, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and get your update for free.
SEG Annual 2019, San Antonio, TX
On September 15-20 join us in San Antonio! Visit our booth #2029 at SEG Annual Meeting 2019 to see the latest version of our software, attend in-booth technology presentations and meet our team. Here is the schedule of our presentations (the same all 3 days):
New Release — RadExPro 2019.2
Multiple F-K polygons in Screen Display, multiple import of almost all types of objects in DB Navigator, windows with no filtering in time-variant bandpass, color-coded horizons in 3D Volume Viewer and more exciting features designed to make processing and QCing easier and faster. See Release Notes for details.
As always, if you are on maintenance, please contact us at email@example.com and get your update for free.
EAGE Annual 2019, London, UK
Join us at London ExCel on 3-6 June for the largest European multi-disciplinary event in geoscience and engineering. Visit our booth #500 for private software demonstrations and public in-booth presentations. The presentation schedule is the same for all the 3 days of the exhibition (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday):
12:20 – Real-Time Interactive QC and Infield Processing of 3D/2D Land Seismic Data in RadExPro
12:40 – Real-Time Marine Seismic QC in RadExPro
13:00 – RadExPro seismic software for advanced processing of HR/UHR marine seismic
13:30 – Zero-Offset Demultiple – Efficient Demultiple of Near-Offset Marine Seismic Data
New Release — RadExPro 2019.1
Ocean Business 2019, April 8-11, Southampton, UK
Meet us in Southampton at the OB2019 exhibition, our both is R11. Moreover, we are giving a demo/training session on “Processing of HR/UHR marine seismic: focus on demultiple“. The session is scheduled for Wednesday, April 10, 16:30 at Access Grid Room 124/14
SAGEEP 2019, Portland, Oregon
On March 17-21 we are back to SAGEEP , exhibiting at the booth 34. As they have introduced a new conference this year on Shallow Marine/Coastal Geophysics under the umbrella of the main event, we are preparing to demonstrate the outstanding RadExPro facilities for HR/UHR marine seismic processing, along with the complete set of standard on-land engineering seismic tools.
PDAC 2019, Toronto, Canada
On March 3-6 we are exhibiting at PDAC 2019 — the leading convention for mineral exploration and mining industry. Visit our booth 7210N at the North Building of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on these dates to check our seismic processing software capabilities for mineral exploration.