The Industry Standard for Building Data Visualization in E&P, IoT, and Industrial Applications
GeoToolkit is a comprehensive set of high-performance 2D/3D tools and libraries used in software applications to display seismic, log, schematic, contour, real-time data, and more. GeoToolkit components allow developers to build advanced domain-oriented software and applications quickly with low overhead and industry-leading support.
Positive and negative fill
Variable density with custom color map
Decimation and clipping
Vertical or horizontal view
Trace headers table
Time slices in base maps
Variable trace spacing
Interpolation (linear, quadratic, cubic, step)
Normalization (maximum, average, RMS, specific limits)
Automatic gain control
SEG-Y, SEGD, SU, JavaSeis, SEP
Memory data source
Remote data source
INTGeoServer integration with trace decimation and data compression
IVAAP integration with decimation and data compression
Gauges and Alarms
Combine textual, radial, and linear gauge types with alarms to notify users when values reach pre-defined thresholds.
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Visualize down-hole equipment, including drilling, completion, production and workover operations. Display and edit BHAs and vertical, deviated, and horizontal wells.
Explore schematics features
Linear or compressed
Vertical or deviated
High-quality SVG symbols
Labeling and annotations
Well log track
Options to integrate with your own schematics elements library (vector or raster images)
Charts and Maps for Business & Science
Create stunning charts, graphs, and maps with minimal programming effort with our extensive set of samples and tutorials. Extend existing charts or create new ones through a powerful API.
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Linear and non-linear regression
Real-time support for all charts & widgets
Visualize time series data with annotations and overlays for easy correlation and analysis.
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Customizable time axis
Contour Surface Visualization
Display a gridded or triangulated surface as a contour. Customize the frequency and appearance of contours, annotations, and colors.
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Isolines with labels
Label Collision Detection
Create high-quality, high-performance visualizations of very large datasets, including billions of cells (gigagrid), using our library of 3D components. Perfect for interpretation, 3D tool design validation, reservoir rendering, analysis, and QC.
Explore OpenGL Features
Lights (Directional, Spot, Point)
Adaptive axis and grid
Standard shapes (Cone, Sphere, Box, Surface, Triangle set, strip and fan)
Charts (pie and bar)
Button and icon in the 3D view
Vectors (linear and circular)
Triangulated surface with attribute values
Pointset with multiple attributes
Polyline with attribute values
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“Thanks to PressureDB and its standard format, our data is centralized, with guaranteed quality and stability. Its friendly and responsive web interface ensures easy access for Total’s geoscientists worldwide.”
— Ming Yang, Formation Tester Specialist, Total
Language-Agnostic Available in HTML5, Microsoft® .NET, Java, or C++ with QT. We even support legacy systems.
Export and Print Export your graphics to use in another program or as a PDF to print and share with colleagues.
Advanced Data Compression Built specifically for the geoscience industry, our on-the-fly data compression handles large datasets easily.
Data Flexibility Interface-based data handling lets you plug in your own data formats or use our native INTGeoServer for data storage.
Support Get support when you need it, with direct-line access to customer service and IT support.
No integrated tool was available to easily access, visualize, and interact with a large, web-based database of sandbox experiments while interpreting complex structural areas. IFPEN contacted INT to implement this workflow using advanced HTML5 technologies.
How to Add Overlay to Visualize Data from ArсGIS Feature Service
In this post, we consider how to display data, which includes geometry and nonspatial information like names, from ArcGIS ESRI services using the GeoToolkit.JS Map Widget and WMTS data from OpenStreetMap.