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Product Features

Explore all of your geological information

(Screenshot: Boreholes and a seismic from public study of user malamb.)

We support industry standard formats so you can visualize all your relevant information in 3D and quickly understand your geological setting.

  • Import ArcGIS shapefiles, GeoTiffs, Excel files with Collar/Survey/Interval data or structural data, DXF files and more.
  • Quickly import your geological map and topography and visualize it.
  • Visualize boreholes, and other 3D structures like tunnels and galleries.
  • Add geophysics to your map or cross sections to visualize them.
  • Combine everything to start figuring out all relevant geological structures of your project.

A good model needs good data. That's why Geomodelr can help you analyze every new piece of information in 3D to create or improve your model.

Build Solid 3D Models

(Screenshot: Regional study of Tauramena Region in eastern Colombia)

Geomodelr algorithm can join any set of cross sections, even if they are extremely complex and vary a lot in geometry or topology.

  • All interpretation is done in cross sections.
  • Geomodelr handles building and updating automatically.
  • Build networks of faults and other plane structures.
  • Geomodelr always outputs a 3D solid model that passes through all your model cross sections perfectly.
  • Editing tools allow you to make fast cross sections that, with very small edits, will satisfy all your information and interpretation.

Geology is always solid and Geomodelr knows that. When you create a model with Geomodelr it generates a 3D function that can be evaluated for a geological unit at every point of the space. This function is generated from your first cross section. That's always solid modeling.

Visualize and Share

(Screenshot: Mine site in Duluth Complex)

You can create amazing visualizations of your models, that not only will help you to understand them easily, but also can be shared in a secure manner with your team, or your customers.

  • From your model you can generate block diagrams, fault wireframes and meshes of your units with several options.
  • Combine your visualizations with boreholes or imported DXF wireframes.
  • Add your team to your studies and let them help you refine your model.
  • Share visualizations, cross sections and geological maps securely.
  • Immerse yourself and your customers in virtual reality experiences.

Export to what you need.

(Screenshot: Study Page and Visualizations Page)

Export to standard formats and enable several workflows outside Geomodelr. Use the Hidrogeologist plan to generate 3D models for MODFLOW and FEFLOW that can follow complex geometries and save you lots of time.

  • Export maps and cross sections to shapefiles so you can keep working in your GIS, like ArcGIS or QGIS.
  • Export solid units to DXF or STL files to import in your CAD systems, like SURPAC.
  • Export directly to MODFLOW or any of its preprocessors, like Model Muse. Our adaptive algorithm follows the layers saving you weeks.
  • Export directly to FEFLOW and take advantage of finite elements by adapting, not only to geological units, but also to rivers and boreholes.
  • Export in Geomodelr's Geolological JSON format, which will allow you write your own interfaces and routines using Geomodelr Query Tool

Geomodelr can be Applied to any Industry that Needs Geological Information

There are Geomodelr models for every industry: mining, groundwater, oil & gas, geothermal or academia. However, the following whitepapers show you how Geomodelr can help you exactly with your geological modeling in exploration and hydrogeology.

Exploration

With Geomodelr, solid geological models can be generated easily, making them useful at any stage of the project.

Hydrogeology

Geomodelr was created as a tool any geologist could use that always generated solid useful models. Our hydrogeological models prove it.

3 Simple Steps to Get you started with Geomodelr

1
Sign up

Creating a new user will allow you to create geological studies and collaborate with your peers.

2
Create a geological study

Create your first study and georeference its model. Geomodelr will help you with simple steps.

3
Create your first cross section

After your first cross section your model is solid. Visualize it, interpolate it and create more cross sections to refine it.

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