Frequently Asked Questions About Geolitix Features

What types of near-surface geophysics data can be processed and interpreted with Geolitix?

Currently, we directly support all GPR datasets (single and multichannel), as well as echosounder and sub-bottom profiling data. Geolitix can import raster grid files (GRD) in Surfer or Geosoft format (compressed and uncompressed). These GRD files can contain magnetometer, EM, or other geophysical data.

Aside from near-surface geophysics data, what other data can be imported into Geolitix projects?

Geolitix allows users to add context to their geophysical data to present the most complete picture of their findings. The platform accepts map layers consisting of imagery (e.g., drone or satellite) and CAD drawings, as well as drill hole and gridded data. You can also incorporate site photographs and notes into your project.

Does Geolitix offer automated processing capabilities?

Geolitix users benefit from several tools to make near-surface geophysics processing as simple or robust as their projects demand. We encourage users to understand the processes and tweak them as necessary, and we offer automatic algorithms to help both experienced and beginner users get started quickly with new projects. With most projects, a few clicks will produce actionable maps with no knowledge needed of processing parameters.

Does Geolitix offer tools for anomaly detection and feature extraction in GPR data?

Yes. We’ve designed Geolitix with powerful automatic detection algorithms to find and position hyperbolas (e.g., pipes and cables), as well as horizons (e.g., bathymetry or ice thickness). Automatic detection is never perfect because nature isn’t always predictable, but these tools can dramatically reduce analysis time.

How does Geolitix handle data preprocessing tasks such as noise reduction and data cleaning?

The platform supports many types of GPR processes, including noise reduction, background subtraction and many others.

Can I customise visualisation settings and annotations for presenting processed data?

Geolitix users can choose from a variety of visualisation options, including vector sketches and background images, to best present their near-surface geophysics results to stakeholders. They can also use annotation tools to add pictures and comments to the model.

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