A roo-volution in seismic imaging!

A roo-volution in seismic imaging!

With DUG Wave, there’s no need to pull a rabbit out of a hat when it comes to full waveform inversion (FWI)!

Our unique augmented acoustic wave equation isolates the “roo ears” to deliver high-resolution velocity updates beyond the diving-wave limit.

It also enables least-squares imaging using the entire wavefield providing high-frequency volumes for quantitative interpretation.

All without the need for a conventional processing and imaging workflow!

It’s a full-wavefield model-building and least-squares imaging solution using field-data input that simultaneously handles deghosting, demultiple and designature.

Simultaneous velocity model building and least-squares imaging directly from field data!

You can choose to run the software using your own hardware or DUG’s HPC, or have it delivered as a traditional service project.


We’re also excited to give you a taste of our latest FWI imaging technologies in the EAGE 2022 Technical Programme in Madrid. We have three papers being presented (in-person) today which you won’t want to miss:

FWI imaging with simultaneous anisotropy estimation

Presenter: James McLeman

Session: Joint Reflection and Velocity Estimation and Multi-Parameter FWI

Date & time: Wednesday, June 8, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Location: Room G

High-resolution FWI imaging – an alternative to conventional processing

Presenter: Tom Rayment

Session: Broadband FWI: Towards Low and High Frequencies

Date & time: Wednesday, June 8, 3:15 PM – 6:15 PM

Location: Room G

A deep learning inverse Hessian for least-squares migration

Presenter: Amarjeet Kumar

Session: Least Square Migration 1

Date & time: Wednesday, June 8, 3:15 PM – 6:15 PM

Location: Room A


For more details, check out our updated FWI webpage and our DUG Wave FWI FAQ sheet.

Drop us a line at info@dug.com if you’d like to ask us questions!


Main picture: BEX MC3D data courtesy of Multi-Client Resources.

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