Target for ArcGIS is a geology mapping extension for Esri ArcGIS that simplifies 3D visualisation and analysis of drillhole and borehole geology data within ArcMap. Using Target for ArcGIS, you can visualise your geology data in 3D and conduct integrated analysis to enhance subsurface insight.
Geochemistry for ArcGIS enables explorers to analyse geochemical data within their Esri ArcGIS environment. Using Geochemistry for ArcGIS, geoscientists can effectively examine multivariate relationships, uncover underlying structures and present results with visually impactful maps.
The program classifies rock masses using both the Bieniawski and the Barton methods, making it thus possible to compare the results that can be obtained with the two most frequently used classification methods.
CLU-STAR is a program for computerised structural geology data collection and analysis. The program recognises the discontinuity sets of a rock mass through hierarchical and non-hierarchical clustering procedures derived from the multivariate analysis.
Geosoft DAP is server technology for publishing, distributing and discovering exploration data. With DAP, data is secure, organised, easily accessed and shared amongst all the people that need exploration data to make decisions.
GM-SYS Profile Modelling is an intuitive and feature-rich workflow for gravity modelling which provides many opportunities to constrain modelling variables. It enables you to test geologic model accuracy by comparing the model's gravity and magnetic response to observed measurements.
I.L.A. is a complete slope stability analysis program that also incorporates powerful features for retaining system designing. The slope analysis and design can be performed using the Sarma method, whose numerical stability increases the reliability of the calculations.
ROCK3D is a program for stability analysis of removable blocks on planar rock slopes. It identifies and analyses all the blocks that have formed under each kinematic mode. Once the geometry of the rock blocks has been identified, the bolt forces necessary to reach a required safety factor are calculated.