Karen joined Itasca Australia in 2017, and with a background in marketing and process improvement, she provides administration support to the team and manages software sales for the region.
This webinar is for people who are new or occasional 3DEC users, or those just interested in learning more about it.
This hands-on, virtual training course is 16 hours total, spread over four days in a 1.5-week period, and covers the analysis of embankment dams using FLAC.
Mr Lachenicht has 25 years’ experience in mining geomechanics ranging from consulting, research projects, studies to mine operational experience. Over the course of his experience, positions held include manager, senior geotechnical engineer, geotechnical superintendent and principal geotechnical engineer roles with associated levels of responsibility.
InSite-LiteTM is the free version of Itasca Consulting Ltd’s InSite Seismic Processing software suite. Some real-life example demo projects, from ICL's consulting projects, are also provided for reference and can be used with this software. The demo projects can be downloaded from the relevant links located on this webpage. InSite-Lite although provided with limited functionality and features compared to the full InSite software suite, provides the user with the capability to import, process and visualise their data. The table at the bottom of this page provides a summary of the modules and functionality included with the different InSite products. Please contact us at [email protected] with any queries you have regarding our range of InSite products or any training requirements you may have in the use of the InSite software products or general training in seismic processing and applied seismology.
InSite is an integrated seismic data processing, QC, management and visualisation software. It has been developed as a complete software solution for seismological studies, ranging in scale from acoustic emissions in the laboratory, through microseismics around underground excavations and petroleum fields up to regional-scale earthquakes. InSite is designed to work with most standard and commercial seismic data formats, both for raw and processed data.
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