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The Lynx SSV application is a robust and fast method for converting paper seismic sections and scanned seismic images back into digital seismic (SEG-Y) for interpretation or further processing. Over the years, our users have converted many millions of traces … Continue reading
Lynx is pleased to announce release 4.2 of Lynx Seismap for ESRI ArcGIS Desktop versions 10 and 9.3. This new release adds support for importing common E&P data types into file geodatabase feature classes and raster grids: import UKOOA/SEG-P1/CSV seismic shotpoint/CDP … Continue reading
Lynx is currently developing a new Hydrocarbon Play Component Risk Segment (CRS) mapping tool for ESRI ArcGIS Desktop. Risk mapping is a powerful application of GIS technology, presenting a visual synthesis of all available data by combining ‘risk factors’ for … Continue reading
Movie 3 shows how ZMap ASCII grid files mapping interpreted surfaces can be quickly imported into ESRI raster grid format in ESRI ArcMap, using the Lynx Seismap extension for ESRI ArcGIS Desktop. Lynx Seismap provides automatic reinterpolation of the ZMap … Continue reading
This movie demo for Lynx Seismap uses data from the Lynx West Africa GIS Adviser in Gabon to illustrate the display and export of two-way-time gridded surfaces with seismic data within ESRI ArcMap, and export to Z-Map format. Lynx Seismap … Continue reading
Lynx GIS training offerings tailored for professionals working in Petroleum exploration. Continue reading
This movie demonstrates how the Lynx Clickrelate extension for ESRI ArcGIS Desktop can be used to display well and field reports in a ArcGIS project. For more details about Clickrelate, see here, or download a trial version here.
The Lynx Seismap extension for ESRI ArcGIS Desktop is demonstrated in this 4-minute YouTube video, integrating seismic, wireline and cross-section data into your GIS projects. This movie shows: live seismic (SEG-Y) data view from ArcMap, with interactive zoom, scroll and … Continue reading
Lynx Seismap, ClickRelate and Rasterlink are now available for the newly released ESRI ArcGIS Desktop version 10, as well as continuing to support version 9.3. Download trial versions of the extensions from here.