Geoscience Plugin for QGIS

Geoscience for QGIS is a free plugin enabling you to:

  • Desurvey drill holes
  • Display downhole data
  • Create drill sections
  • Convert down hole structure data
  • Create local grids

Install Geoscience for QGIS from the Plugins->Manage and Install Plugins menu directly within QGIS.

See the help pages from the Geoscience for QGIS menu to get started.

Spatial Integration

Spatial Integration is in development and will be a modern visualisation environment for geospatial data. It focuses on high quality graphics, multithreaded performance and ease of use through an intuitive user interface that feels more like a game than traditional applications. Aims include:

  • Format agnostic
  • Real-time tiling and level-of-detail processing of very large rasters
  • Overlay images and vectors on digital elevation models (DEM)
  • Drill hole display with downhole intervals, graphs and statistics
  • Real-time reprojection from 4000+ coordinate reference systems
  • Real-time isosurfacing of volume data
  • Cross-platform (Linux,¬†Windows, Mac)
  • Vulkan optimised graphics

Spatial Integration Development

A new way to interact with your 3D geospatial data is on the way!

Spatial Integration is in active development utilising Vulkan, the latest 3D graphics API to take full advantage of modern graphics hardware.

Spatial Integration breaks away from the tired old menu driven interface in favour of a modern, game-like user experience.

Made from the ground up to handle modern, large data, SI will natively read thousands of standard raster, vector and 3D graphics formats.

Stage 1 aims include:

  • Format agnostic
  • Real-time tiling and level-of-detail processing of very large rasters
  • Overlay images and vectors on digital elevation models (DEM)
  • Real-time reprojection from 4000+ coordinate reference systems
  • Real-time isosurfacing of volume data
  • Multiple user combined cutting planes
  • Cross-platform (Linux,¬†Windows, Mac)
  • Vulkan optimised graphics

Stage 2 aims include:

  • In scene interpretation tools for manual and assisted interpretation.