GeoCyber Software System

Data Management

 Manages input data used by the GeoCyber system. The GeoCyber System supports various types such as:

  • SEGY 2D/3D
  • Well Layer
  • Well Log in LAS/Free Columns
  • VSP in ASCII
  • Well Deviation
  • Horizon
  • Attribute




    Computation provides algorithms for seismic data processing targeted for reservior analysis and characterization. The algorithms in this category are computationally extensive. Results can be viewed after computation.


    Multiple wavelets seismic trace decomposition is an algorithm to decompose a seismic trace into multiple wavelets of different shapes. It currently allows the use of multiple Ricker wavelets and user generated wavelets of different frequencies. It provides a solid foundation for more detailed and in depth understanding of the seismic data and high capabilities for analyzing the reservior indicators for reservoir characterization.

                                        Figure 1. Decomposition window under Computation

    Phase Rotation

    Seismic Phase Rotation is a classical algorithm that rotates the phase of a seismic volume for a given degree. The multiple wavelets decomposition shown above uses zero phases Ricker wavelets and user wavelets. If your seismic data is not zero phase and you have a reliable estimation of the phase of your seismic data, you may use it to rotate it to zero phases before applying the multiple wavelets decomposition to the data.


    CyberMap is a working base map. It is designed and implemented to support seismic interpretation and integrated reservoir analysis. It also provides some limited mapping abilities.

    CyberMap has the following functions:

  • Display multiple horizons and attributes layers
  • Support seperate color spectrum for each layer
  • Powerful color spectrum editor for RGB color and transparancy fuctions 
  • Create and delete cross sections and AOIs.
  • Post seismic survey location, well location and its layer property, AOIs, and cross sections.
  • Select an inline, cross line or a cross section and send it to be displayed in SeisProbe and SeisInterp.
  • Receive and display seismic horizons and attributes from SeisProbe


                                                                      Figure 1. CyberMap Example


    SeisInterp is a  2D seismic section display and interpretation tool. Seisinterp can only takes original seismic data. It is designed  and implemented for quality control and for viewing the seismic sections with limited interpretation capabilities.

    SeisInterp has the following functions:

  • Display original seismic data with multiple horizons
  • Create and delete new horizons using an interactive picking tool
  • Powerful color spectrum editor for RGB color and transparency functions
  • Post seismic survey location, cross section, AOI, and well location and its properties
  • Receive and display inline, crossline, and cross section to be displayed from CyberMap
  • Send seismic horizons and attributes to be displayed in CyberMap
  •                                                                     Figure 1. SeisInterp Example


    SeisProbe provides, based on the decomposed seismic data, a comprehensive set of methods for direct identification of reservior indicators, analysis of reservoir lithofacies distribution and characterization of various reservoir property. Most of these methods are developed on top of the decomposed seismic data. In addition, it is fully integrated with CyberMap which allows the user to instantly view the results.

    SeisProbe has the following functions:

  •  Output various data as SEGY format 
  •  Post seismic survey location, cross section, well location and its properties
  •  Powerful color spectrum editor for RGB color and transparency functions
  •  Displaying decomposed sesmic data and multiple horizons
  •  Provides various functionalities to allow seismic traces reconstrucion including: wavelet selection, spectrum and attenuation analysis, wavelet frequency change vs depth, volume waveform decomposition and seismic attributes extraction
  •  Send seismic horizons and attributes to be displayed in CyberMap
  •  Recieve and display inline, crossline, and cross section to be displayed from CyberMap
  •                                                                                Figure. SeisProbe Example


    Cyber3D is an interactive 3D tool for integrated reservoir analysis using the decomposed wavelet data volume.  

    Cyber3D has the following functions:

  • Wavelet selection and reconstruction of a new seismic volume; computation of dominant frequency versus time data volume; power spectrum and spectrum attenuation data volumes; volume-based waveform decomposition components data volumes
  • Instant display of data volumes in various modes such as line, cross line, arbitrary line, time slice, frequency slice, cube, volume, chair, and a combination of multiple display modes
  • Display well logging data along trajectory
  • Display multiple horizons, horizon attributes, seismic amplitude of horizons, and horizon bounded seismic slices
  • Movable horizon seismic slices.
  • power spectrum and attenuation spectrum display along horizon and moving horizon slices.
  • Real time RGB color and transparency editing for data volumes and attributes.
  •                                                                                   Figure. Cyber3D Examples





    Network Version

    l  Description

    The installation media of the network version of GeoCyber includes two parts: server and client sides.

    After both sides are installed in their corresponding locations, users can run the GeoCyber Software on the client computers through the local area network (LAN).


    l  License management

    The license is managed by using a USB dongle. The dongle is usually plugged into the server where the GeoCyber Software is installed.

    There can only be the same number of client computers running GeoCyber Software at the same time as the number of valid licenses available

    GeoCyber Services

    GeoCyber Solutions, Inc.

    GeoCyber Solutions, Inc. is incorporated and located in Houston, Texas, USA. Based on many years of scientific research and development, GeoCyber has developed innovative technologies and methods for seismic data processing, interpretation and reservoir characterization. GeoCyber provides advanced software and consulting services to oil and gas industry to reduce E&P costs and risk as well as increase production.   .. More AboutUs


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