iX1 is the command and control intelligence platform included in every INOVA seismic acquisition system. It is an intuitive software that acts as the central hub for visibility and management of the seismic program that includes support for visualization, QC, data management, reporting and analytics.
Features of iX1
|Seismic Operational Management System||Software and hardware elements for all aspects of vibroseis and impulsive source configuration, control, QC and monitoring.|
|Download and Data Management System||Software and hardware elements for all aspects of nodal data download, transcription, system configuration, vibroseis correlation, QC, survey, layout and pick-up.|
|iX1 Map Module||Used to define parameters for the 2D or 3D seismic survey including source/receiver coordinates and shooting template. The parameters can be imported from SEGP1, SPS or PRJ files, assigned as a sub-project.|
|Data QC Module||Live traces are analyzed for RMS Signal, Noise, SNR and adjacent trace correlation, results are presented as information-rich pixels, color indicates user dictated pass/fail criteria, shade indicates signal amplitude levels; an observer can quickly and reliably QC tens of thousands of receiver points at a glance.|
|Source QC Module||Uses information contained in the PSS and PFS data to provide production statistics and user-friendly production QC visualization.|
|In-field Operational Tools||X1 Field software runs on purpose-built, portable computers designed for rugged field operations. The software includes the ability to synchronize data between field tools and the iX1 system. In addition, a user-friendly QC application is available for Andriod OS devices|
What does it all mean? Vibroseis terms can be confusing, and there are many terms used in seismic acquisition today. This is exacerbated by the fact that, in some instances, the same term is used with a different meaning depending on the context it is being applied. Our team here at INOVA discuss vibroseis terminology and explains terms like fundamental ground force and peak ground force as well as other common terms used today.
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