GeoTomo was founded in Louisville, Colorado in 1998, and relocated to Houston, Texas in 2000. The company develops high-end geophysical software products that help geophysicists around the world to image beneath the subsurface. Oil and gas companies use GeoTomo’s software solutions to significantly reduce the risk and cost of finding and producing hydrocarbons. Geophysical engineering companies use GeoTomo’s software products to image buried objects or near-surface layers.
GeoTomo entered the oil and gas exploration industry from niche opportunities by providing software solutions including 3D TomoStatics interpretation, crosshole seismic data processing, and VSP survey design, modeling, and processing systems. Today, GeoTomo also provides a unique surface seismic data processing package, GeoThrust, designed to conquer rugged topography, complex near-surface, and complex subsurface structures in a single workflow.
The success of GeoTomo is largely because of a dedicated development team that has been applying “simultaneous engineering” concept for developing software products. Software designers, programming engineers, and collaborating users work in a team to make design, implementation, and testing nearly in parallel. This simultaneous process ensures sophisticated design and consequently high-quality products.
Today GeoTomo is proud of being a global technology provider for the geophysical exploration industry.