On July 7, Bentley Systems announced that its Seequent business unit had acquired the Danish company Aarhus GeoSoftware, a geophysical software developer. The acquisition expands Seequent’s groundwater operational management and sustainability projects, including exploration, contaminants and infrastructure resilience.
Aarhus GeoSoftware, a spin-off company from the Danish University of Aarhus, develops AGS Workbench, SPIA, Res2DInv and Res3DInv software packages for processing, inversion and visualization of geophysical data from terrestrial and aerial electromagnetics (EM), remote sensing by resistive tomography (ERT) and others. resources. AGS software allows users to create 2D and 3D images of subsurface electrical resistivity. The software outputs can be used to distinguish and distinguish subsurface materials and can then be modeled at Seequent’s Leapfrog to aid in various subsurface research.
The software uses measurements with an electric field focused on the ground level, or with the help of air sensors, to map the subsurface classification of certain materials, such as water, mineral deposits and clays. Electrical resistivity allows a better understanding of the spread of materials such as water, mineral deposits, and clays, and when water contains other compounds such as salt, decomposition can be deduced by scientists and those skilled in the art.
The emergence of AGS software provided clean drinking water for future generations by mapping groundwater throughout Denmark. It is now used in many different areas, including the location of subsurface faults and cavities to mitigate construction risk, in mining to investigate mining processes and processes in waste rock and tailings, monitoring groundwater movements and pollutants to understand environmental impacts, modeling stability of dams and tunnels, and a landslide risk assessment to estimate the resilience of buildings or the impacts of a construction plan. Seequent will continue its tradition of collaborating with universities and research organizations around the world through ongoing relationships with Aarhus University for the development of AGS geophysical solutions.
For more information, visit www.aarhusgeosoftware.dk.
Source: Aktuality – 2D a 3D CAD Design Software by www.cad.cz.
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