Sells blast design simulators which use explosive and rock properties to predict blasting results for mining and construction.
Developer of 3D visualization software for the earth sciences, with applications for the environmental, mining, oceanic, air pollution, and geologic industries.
A software suite to support customers in automated image analysis and image interpretation on every scale, from microscopic cell structures to satellite images.
Provides software for geologists and earth science educators. These include Hawkeye, a 3D stereoscopic geology software, Deepearth, a computer simulation, and Mineral Venture, an interactive computer simulation.
Suppliers of geo-science, geo-environmental, scientific and technical software. Includes an online catalog and ordering.
High-volume data processing and analysis software for exploration, geological, geophysical, geochemical, UXO detection and environmental applications.
Collection of geostatistical programs developed at Stanford University over the last 15 years. Source code and executables available for download.
Library created to show how generic programming can be applied to geostatistics, making an extensible and flexible toolkit for research or application.
Develops software for visualization of geological, geochemical, geophysical and borehole data.
Student group at MIT developing data streaming technology for the collection and sharing of environmental data.
Boring log and well construction diagram software.
Developer and reseller of over 300 software packages for the earth sciences. Industries include petroleum, mining, environmental, forestry, atmospheric science, and archaeology.
Engineering software used in the mining, geotechnical, oil and gas and other industries. Database manager stores data; add modules to analyze, map, model and view data in 2D and 3D. Training, support, and consulting.
Public domain uncertainty analysis and geostatistical software package developed for evaluating uncertainty in subsurface geology, hydraulic properties, and the migration of hazardous contaminants in groundwater flow systems.
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