All Features

This is our geology viewer and allows importing of a variety of data types like:

  • Points
  • Polylines
  • GIS shapes
  • Images (georeferenced or not)
  • Surfaces / wireframes
  • Drilling data
  • Block models
  • Grids

Other features:

  • Envision combines state-of-the-art visualization with strong interactive capabilities. By default objects can be made transparent and their size dynamically adjusted. Clicking objects will provide information about them like values or labels
  • Add comments to the 3D View
  • Dynamic Sections are created from all visible data and can be arbitrarily oriented. They can be exported as high-resolution images, individually or in a batch.
  • Obtain information about objects, like volumes, average grades, area

Our modelling can be grouped into two groups: Data-Driven Modelling and Manual Interaction. The former will perform actions on the data to convert it into another format as part of the modelling workflow. For example contact points can be turned into a contact surface, or points can be extracted from a domain. Manual Interaction allows direct manipulation of geological features through selection and editing, like digitizing polylines. Both are listed here:

Data-Driven Modelling

  • Building geological models
  • Creating surfaces from points, like topography, faults, contacts
    • Direct Triangulation (Delaunay)
    • Implicit surfaces
  • Selection of points in domain
  • Extracting shells from block models
  • Creating contours
  • Projecting points and polylines onto surfaces
  • Merging of data sets
  • Clipping surfaces
  • Create Block models
    • Inverse Distance Weighting
    • Radial Basis Functions (RBF’s)
    • Ordinary Kriging
  • Clip block models by bench
  • Boolean operations
  • Triangulate polylines
  • Export to a variety of formats like DXF and OBJ
  • Extract block based on cut-offs for multiple elements
  • Reduce triangles of triangulated surfaces
  • Smooth surfaces
  • Snap surfaces to (contact) points
  • Resample polylines
  • Create intersection of two surfaces
  • Create distance buffers
  • Global anisotropy
  • Arbitrarily oriented model extents

Manual Interaction

  • Manual selection of points and drill intervals
  • Direct manipulation of surfaces
  • 3D Digitizing of polylines
  • Selection of surface parts

With the emergence of point clouds being generated by UAV’s, LIDAR scanners or other means, GEOREKA has added the capabilities to display and process point clouds with several hundreds of millions of points on an ordinary gaming laptop. Primarily developed as part of the research for the Horizon 2020 project UNEXMIN, this is now available to all customers as an add-on to the full modelling  package. Please contact us if you would like more information.