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Intrepid Geophysics has provided software and services for potential field geophysics, airborne electromagnetics and integrated geology for more than 35 years. Intrepid Geophysics now develops and commercializes four software products: INTREPID, Sea-g, GeoModeller, and JetStream.
Our deliverables are clear and comprehensive.
We develop software products for advanced potential field geophysics processing, and for building implicit 3D geology models constrained by raw and integrated data sources.
Our products can perform QA/QC, processing, interpretation, integrated 3D geological & geophysical modelling, 2D/3D geophysical forward modelling and litho-constrained stochastic inverse modelling. Our products include world-renowned, product-wide support for full tensor gradiometry both as a signal type and the components.
We also provide Solution and Training Services customized to suit your needs, employing any combination of our software codes and working with your project-based data, or our standard tutorials & data sets, as required.
The upgraded INTREPID v.5.6.2 is a welcome release. Its performance is much improved! I am a happy user, especially for the Depth to Basement Interpretation tool, running Murthy and Rao’s algorithm. Thanks a lot for all the effort you have put in.Katja Hirsch, Potential Fields Specialist, Maersk Oil May 2017
“Thank you so much for your timely help. I found that your company does great introductions for learners who have GeoModeller. I will continue to work with you and recommend your software”.Li Zhen Cheng, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT) February 2018
“The main strength of GeoModeller is that it allows our students to be able to generate complex 3D geological models just after a few hours of training. The software is very intuitive and allows the students to construct structural models that we can then import for groundwater or geothermal simulations in Feflow or other numerical modeling tools.”Philippe Renard, University of Neuchâtel July 2017
“In mid 2016 we used SkyTEM from Denmark to complete an airborne time domain electromagnetic survey in North Kazakhstan. The area surveyed had the added difficulty of a power line running through the area, which can cause interference in the acquisition of the data. I found Intrepid to be highly professional and knowledgeable with regards to the acquisition, processing and interpretation of geophysical data. I have no doubt that the improved 2.5D inversion code re written and improved by Intrepid is an industry standard when dealing with AEM data.”.Kent Balas, Chief Geologist, Aurora Minerals Group, Republic of Kazakhstan January 2017
“INTREPID’s Gridmerge is exceptional. I can’t think of anything better for virtually seamless merging of multiple grids! I have also found variable sampling density options in the gridding package to be particularly useful for gravity where there are surveys with different sample spacing.”Terry Hoschke, Consulting Geophysicist, Alterrex Pty Ltd November 2016
“the Geological Survey of Nambia is financially committed in 3D modelling, while systematically building in-house capacity. Intrepid Geophysics has been an incredible partner and service provider in terms of software support and capacity building.”John-Paul Mubita Mubita, Chief Geoscientist, Geological Survey of Namibia September 2016
“I truly think that GeoModeller covers a very good range of workflows. Actually there´s not much more I can add to its workflow variety and capabilities as compared to other similar competing tools available in the market.”Vitor Hugo Ribeiro Araujo, Principal Geologist, Lundin Mining November 2014
“Geology is 3-D visualization and this program has made that possible; allowing both on-the-fly and detailed models of geology. I love how the forward and inverse modelling philosophy is “borrowed” from geophysics and built into the program as a way of refining and truthing geological models.”Heather Campbell Geologist, Baffinland Mines April 2014