The hardware part of the GPTS platform is represented by a passive remote geophysical scanner DSF16C and the software products Points Remover, DSF16, LSpectr, MODE for data processing and interpretation. The platform provides profiling of speed (material) sections and their geometric representation. The field of application is the study of the Earth’s deep structure. The method of estimating of the dynamic states of rock massifs allows estimating the resource of deposits at large depths and signs of replenishment of reserves even at the stage of selection of promising areas, as well as in previously identified deposits, until signs of their activity decrease appear to prevent reduction of their oil recovery.

A fundamentally new data processing algorithm simultaneously evaluates all geodynamic processes (stress-strain state, state of rupture disorders in all complexes and a complex system of their interactions), taking into account the activity indicators of the Earth’s natural electromagnetic field.

It is possible to install the scanner on any mobile carrier: UAV, ship, aircraft, car.

Stress-strain state of rocks, energy of elastic natural vibration of the Earth’s core, geopolariton tomography technology (GPTS).


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