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Dear OpendTect Users,

We have made a patch release for our latest stable version: OpendTect 7.0.2, which is now available for installation/update.

Dear OpendTect Users,

We have made a patch release for our latest stable version: OpendTect 7.0.1, which is now available for installation/update.

This major release brings significant improvements to both the free and commercial aspects of OpendTect. To get an in-depth look at all the highlights, please have a look at the attached video.

Dear OpendTect Users,

We have made a new major release of our software: OpendTect 7.0.0, which is now available for installation/update.

Dear OpendTect Users,

We have made a patch release for our latest stable version: OpendTect 6.6.10, which is now available for installation/update..

Dear OpendTect Users,

We have made a patch release for our latest stable version: OpendTect 6.6.9, which is now available for installation/update. We are proud to announce that this release is the first one fully certified by Red Hat.

This week we want to show you an example of the 4th Lundin model 'Lundin_GeoLab_SimpleDenoise". We believe this model is applicable to almost all datasets. Unlike the AJAX model, the SimpleDenoise model preserves the amplitude - frequency content. It only removes random noise.

This is the third and last post in our series on trained Machine Learning models developed by Lundin GeoLab that are released in OpendTect’s Machine Learning library. Two weeks ago, we presented SimpleHmult, a model to attenuate horizontal multiples. In last week’s post we showed an example of the application of Desmile, a model to remove migration smiles.

Last week we proudly announced the release of four stunning, pre-trained models from Lundin GeoLab in OpendTect’s Machine Learning solution. In last week’s blog post, we showed an example of one of these models: SimpleHmult, a 3D Unet model that attenuates horizontal multiples.

As of version 6.6.8, OpendTect’s library of pre-trained models boasts 4 spectaculair seismic enhancement models developed by Lundin’s GeoLab R&D group:

  • Desmile: This model removes steeply dipping noise and smile artefacts
  • SimpleHmult: Attenuates horizontal multiples
  • AJAX: Enhances the visual quality and interpretability
  • SimpleDeNoise: Removes “salt & pepper / jitter” noise.