InSite-Lab

IMaGE offers the InSite™ family of software developed for seismological studies.
Acoustic emissions and ultrasonic survey processing software.

InSite-Lab™ is an integrated data acquisition, processing, management and visualization software developed for acoustic emissions and ultrasonic emissions applications.

InSite-Lab was last updated Jan 22nd 2019. Please login to download the latest version.

DESIGN: Tools to plan arrays and meet specific experimental objectives.

ACQUISITION: Data acquisition and processing with customizable triggering settings.

PROCESSING: Manual and automated waveform processing with efficient workflows. Sophisticated location algorithms.

INTERPRETATION: Full 3D visualization of events and objects with intuitive movement through scene. Enhanced interpretation of acoustic emission clouds. Graphical display of ultrasonic survey results.

UNDERSTANDING: Improve understanding of mechanics with calculation and visualization of moment tensors.

InSite-Lab™ is an integrated data acquisition, processing, management and visualization software developed for acoustic emissions and ultrasonic emissions applications, typically used in rock testing laboratories or in the field for localized rock testing experiments and rock mass monitoring.

InSite-Lab™ provides tools for importing, processing and visualizing data with a high-level of automation, making processing and reprocessing a simple work flow. The package contains advanced interpretation tools to aid your analysis.

InSite-Lab™ is developed in a version controlled environment within a quality management system. InSite™ has been available as a commercial product for two decades and has been used by leading companies for quality assurance, postprocessing, reprocessing and advanced analysis.

Technical support is provided by geophysicists with experience in commercial projects in the oil & gas sector. We offer open software training courses from our Shrewsbury office and can provide bespoke training solutions for companies online or in person.


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