For Immediate Release Media
Paradise 3.4.1 Release Notes
Houston, 2 July 2021 – Geophysical Research, LLC (d/b/a Geophysical Insights) announces the launch of Paradise version 3.4.1, adding many new features to the Paradise® AI workbench. Paradise is a multi-attribute seismic analysis workbench that uses machine learning to extract more information from both seismic and well data.
Major Features of Paradise 3.4.1:
- Significant Improvements to Geobody Performance
- New support of Well Templates
- Support of Well Cross Sections Saving, Editing & Map View
- PSLi including Data Conditioning modules
- Custom CRS management with support from Petrel
Key User Tip:
- SOM + Geobody will run serially on a single CPU. Geophysical Insights strongly recommends running SOM and Geobody separately for maximum performance.
About Geophysical Insights
Geophysical Insights was founded in 2008 by Dr. Tom Smith with the vision of applying machine learning methods to geologic interpretation to reduce the risk of exploration and the cost of field development. The mission of the business is to develop the next generation of interpretation tools in an intuitive interface that uses guided ThoughtFlows®, which can be used by all interpreters. Over three years in development, Paradise was released at the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) Annual Convention in 2013 and has been adopted by the International Oil Companies (IOCs) and National Oil Companies (NOCs) and worldwide since its launch. Geophysical Insights continues to build machine learning capabilities in the Paradise workbench, which is proving to reveal deeper insights into the seismic response. Built for large sets of data, Paradise is a ‘Big Data’ solution that easily scales from a single workstation to an enterprise. With adaptive algorithms that learn from the data that are enabled by high-performance computing, interpreters can extract more information from seismic and well data than would otherwise be possible from traditional interpretation tools.