Geosoft introduces IP and resistivity inversion in VOXI Earth Modelling

Geosoft has added induced polarization (IP) and resistivity data inversion to its VOXI Earth Modelling 3D inversion software service. The new toolset is available as part of Geosoft’s 9.1 software update released this week.

Geoscientists are now able to create detailed 3D models of conductivity and chargeability from IP and resistivity survey data with VOXI. The resulting models can assist in interpreting and targeting regions for mineral and environmental applications.

VOXI’s full featured and modern approach to 3D modelling of IP and Resistivity data includes superior defaults and parameter options that support all electrode configurations and a full suite of measurements. A 3D algorithm is utilized for forward and inverse calculations of time domain and spectral IP and resistivity data.

Multidisciplinary geoscientific data and models can be incorporated into the inversion using VOXI 3D constraint building tools. The models can be integrated seamlessly with geophysical or geological interpretations within Geosoft’s geoscience platform, Oasis montaj.

More information on IP and resistivity inversion in VOXI is available at http://www.geosoft.com/products/voxi-earth-modelling/ip-and-resistivity-inversion.

Find out more about VOXI’s high performance 3D inversion technology at http://www.geosoft.com/voxi.

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