Allton is developing an inhouse software suite to secure that hardware and software is designed and developed as one unit in mind to secure optimal quality and efficiency. Having access to both hardware and software also secures the best process for upgrades. The software suite will include al the steps from feasibility studies to data QC, processing and inversion. The full software suite or modules will be made available for data licensing to clients. Software testing and development is still on going, hence individual modules will be made ready for licensing once acceptance testing have been completed.


Allton ensure the highest possible performance of our equipment by continuously monitoring the equipment and the feedback from the analysis of recorded data. A rigid quality control system implemented in the EzQC software is employed to deliver the best possible results from our operation.

The on-board processing quality control workflow ensures high quality data sets, as well as clear and early detection of potential problems. Fully processed data sets are transferred by satellite to land within hours after each round of receiver recovery is completed. This enables a fast-track delivery with a feedback cycle for both onshore geoscientists and on-board client representatives.

After the offshore data delivery is approved, the G&G team start working on data conditioning and preparation for inversion.

Highly customizable day-to-day planning and execution tool

In-Depth hardware Quality Control

Detailed Data Quality Control


Allton has developed an interactively 1D feasibility study program called EzExplorer. Allton can with EzExplorer work closely together with our clients on the fly building geomodels for sensitivity testing. EzExplorer allow to test a number of different parameters such as resistivity, prospect burial depth, prospect thickness etc. EzExplorer can efficiently scan any multi-dimensional parameters that may be of interest to check sensitivity to a range of prospects under different geological settings being presence of a volcanic layer, salt etc.

Figure 1: Response of target with and without reservoir for two receiver-transmitter offsets for a model with given parameter settings.

Figure 2: Max sensitivity as a function of response time vs receiver-transmitter offset for a given model scan. It’s possible to scan all other parameters like sea depth and target thickness interactively to investigate how this will affect the sensitivity

For further information about the software and/or licensing options please contact Allton´s CTO Dr. Svein Ellingsrud.