The core WinFrog Seismic Land software is a single vehicle-based package that supports integration of position and heading devices to provide real-time positioning and navigation of lines and waypoints. The vehicle position and navigation data can then be monitored using a variety of alphanumeric and graphics windows.
core package also contains basic graphics, survey
line and waypoint support including the capability
to load and edit information. Various seismic files
such as SEGP1, P160, UK4 and Trimble SDR formats can
be directly imported to a waypoint or survey line
file. Actual vehicle location is displayed relative
to the lines and waypoints. Position data can be recorded
in various ASCII formats at user-defined intervals
such as at a set time interval or at a set distance
interval measured along the current survey line. The
recorded data can later be downloaded for post-processing
or reviewing. Recorded data can be saved in various
seismic formats including: SEGP1, SPS, UKOOA P1/90,
UKOOA P2/94, Trimble SDR and a QC file.
WinFrog Seismic Land has optional modules which allow the product to be customized
to the user's needs:
Multiple Vehicle and Telemetry Module
The Multiple Vehicle feature enables positioning of multiple vehicles using the direct input of the respective position and heading devices. The Telemetry feature provides communication between multiple WinFrog Seismic systems using a proprietary wireless network protocol. It enables the exchange of positional data between multiple systems. The Telemetry feature also supports inter-vehicle file transfers so that line and waypoint information can be shared between systems in the field.
The Multiple Vehicle and Telemetry Module also enables the WinFrog Seismic Land system to act as a controller system for WinFrog Seismic Land with the Controlled Remote module or a WinFrog Seismic Remote package.
Controlled Remote Module
The Remote Module allows a system to be controlled by another system, thereby enabling it to monitor and track other vehicles using data provided by the controller system. The controller system can control the operation of the remote systems, including position device configuration, sensor and vehicle offsets, vehicle presentation, line and waypoint tracking, eventing, graphics, and transmission of recorded data back to the controller system. It can also selectively broadcast the position for itself and any remote that it is tracking to any other remote, allowing it to control how each remote operates and what they are able to track.