Users of IMDEX Limited (IMDEX) ioGAS software, can now connect directly to acQuire Technology Solutions' (acQuire) GIM Suite for easier analysis of their geoscientific data.
acQuire's GIM Suite, used in over 450 sites globally, enables the capture, management and delivery of geoscientific observations and measurements.
ioGAS performs visual analytics and applies advanced quantitative tools to deliver greater insight into data.
With the new connection, ioGAS users access geochemical, geotechnical and geological data directly from GIM Suite without leaving the software.
Data can be selected, filtered and shaped directly from within ioGAS, removing the need to deal with intermediary file formats and manual conversions or processes.
For ioGAS customers it means less work: they can source the right data faster for analysis and be confident they are working the most reliable, up-to-date data.
Chief Geoscientist at IMDEX, Dave Lawrie, says, "The connection between the software means users can quickly detect patterns, anomalies and relationships in their geoscience data.
"Customers using ioGAS can expect quicker analysis results and heightened data reliability from data sourced directly from GIM Suite".
acQuire's Director of Product, Steve Mundell, says the link to ioGAS is another step in the technology partnership forged with IMDEX last year.
"As a result of our technology partnership with IMDEX, we are pleased to develop new interoperability, which will ultimately benefit our customers working with both products.
"Greater connectivity is a key feature of acQuire's product roadmap and helps acQuire's customers use the best mining software together as efficiently as possible."
Dozens of software suppliers servicing the natural resources industry have worked with acQuire to ensure their users can seamlessly connect with their geoscientific data.
The new interoperability between ioGAS and GIM Suite was featured at PDAC 2018 and is expected to be released in next version of ioGAS due in April 2018.