gINT Online demonstration - Danish Localisation

Please find enclosed the agreed agenda and live meeting links and contact number just in case the audio in the live meetings starts fade.

Date: 16th of June (Thursday)

Start time: 4.15pm (Danish Time) but it would be good if people can start to login five minutes before.

We will try to use the LiveMeeting audio, but in case we run into the feedback echoes like the last time, the fallback is the Global Crossing teleconference:

US:  800 504 8071
UK: 0800 496 0579
DENMARK: 80703116

Conference code: 855 5831#

Objectives:  This is an informally update meeting to discuss and demonstrate the status of the gINT localization in Denmark.

Feedback – This encouraged and welcome but depending on the number of people who attend, it may be better to channel the questions through Michael (assuming that is okay)

Agenda: (55-65 min total)

  1. Historic application (15 min)
  • GeoGIS and legacy data overview
  • Limitations, issues and assumptions that were built into GeoGIS logs
  • Overview: (not a demo) Capability to import legacy GeoGIS data into gINT and report it in the same way GeoGIS
  • Overview: It’s your choice: continue to develop layers from sample data (the same workflow as GeoGIS), or use the standard Strata tables to enter interpreted layer geology.
  1. gINT standard with Lab Testing for Denmark
  • Denmarkstandard lithology and well backfill symbols (demo)
  • AGS-compatible data structure with Lab Testing modules included (demo)
  • Overview: All the gINT standard Features: Lookups already set to Danish standards, variable depth scales for logs, user-definable reports, export of data to several Interchange formats, inter-operability with other Bentley applications
  • Component Soil and Rock data entry that simplifies creation of the layer (or sample) description, preventing typos to insure that overlay graphics appear correctly (demo)
  • Optional backfill colors on graphic log and fence columns to reflect depositional age (demo with log report)
  • Log reports that use component overlay graphics to report the soil and rock graphic “legend” (will demo at least one log report)
  • Fence reports that do the same for multiple boreholes (will demo at least one fence)
  • Graph reports that present Lab Testing data (plan to demo at least one graph, time permitting)
  1. gINT accommodates the sample-by-sample description for soils the same as GeoGIS:
  • If sample-by-sample description is chosen, layer information will be generated automatically via gINT Rule
  • Uses same simplified component data entry to prevent typos; ensure overlay graphics appear correctly
  1. Open Q&A: Where do we go from here?

Best Regards,

Gary Logan