Your models are created from cross sections. You can draw them quickly using simple tools. Use Geomodelr's interpolation algorithm to refine them even quicker until you are happy with your geological model.
Draw geological maps too to interpret them and visualize them in 3 dimensions.
Cross sections are the input to Geomodelr's 3D algorithm, as they are the tools for the geologist to interpret. Geomodelr does not need horizon matching or surface construction to create a solid model. From the first cross section your model is solid.
Create amazing visualizations and rebuild when you change your geological model. The possible visualizations are:
You can also hide or show surfaces, exaggerate below or above the sea level and add interactive points to visualizations.
Finally, you can organize your information in handy articles where you can add not only 3D visualizations but also maps and cross sections with interactivity and all your information.
You can import standard formats to create interpret your cross sections.
You also can export to standard formats and enable several workflows outside geomodelr.
Share your models with your coworkers or customers in a secure manner. Collaborate with them from anywhere in real time. In geomodelr everything is fully encrypted, and we do a lot to keep your information secure.
With Geomodelr you can assign administrator, collaborator, reviewer or viewer roles. These roles will allow you control what each member of your team or your customers can do.
With Geomodelr, solid geological models can be generated easily, making them useful at any stage of the project.
Geomodelr was created as a tool any geologist could use that always generated solid useful models. Our hydrogeological models prove it.
Creating a new user will allow you to create geological studies and collaborate with your peers.
Create your first study and georeference its model. Geomodelr will help you with simple steps.
After your first cross section your model is solid. Visualize it, interpolate it and create more cross sections to refine it.