ERTLAB is three different modules for system design, data processing, and data imaging.
A toolbar provides easy navigation in the software. ERTLab is subdivided into a series of workspaces designed for the tasks typically encountered in electrical resistivity tomography (ERT).
The Sequencer tool will help you plan out an ERT array and automatically produce the quadrupoles. Combine surface and borehole sequences with a click of a button.
The solver is the core of the data processing and interpretation. ERTlab Solver allows users to import data from most major equipment manufactures; carry out quality control and filtering of that data, and apply a power finite-element based forward and inverse modeling of resistivity and induced polarization data. ERTlab allows for modeling of borehole and surface data in the presence of terrain or conductive pipes or well casings.
The ERTLab Viewer provides the graphical interface to view the forward or inversion data. Viewer's visual items include the ability to change the scalar bar, axes labels, electrode sizes, input sections, isosurfaces and volumes.
ERTLab provides the user a vast selection of configurations with the capability to be set up any pre-inversion conditions that fits your study.
Forward and Inversion Modelling
Quickly produce forward models or invert collected data with ERTLab's powerful processing routines.