Upon completion of initial market evaluations, it became clear that although there was a variety of software available for petroleum exploration, there was no efficient means of converting maps and well logs into digital form so computers could use the information.
NeuraLog is introduced at the American Association of Petroleum Geologists and the Society of Professional Well Log Analysts annual conferences. Utilizing neural network driven automatic curve tracing and incorporating suggestions from NeuraLog users, it becomes known as the best well log digitizing tool available.
NeuraMap is created to automate data capture for maps and drawings. Designed primarily through customer input and modeled after NeuraLog, it is selected by Landmark Graphics as a replacement product for ZCAP. NeuraMap’s vast capabilities enable it to be applied to other industries such as Environmental Planning and Protection as well as the Petroleum Industry.
NeuraSection, is released as the world's first hybrid cross section tool. It utilizes standard raster well log images or digital well log files, allowing the geoscientist to create fully functional cross sections in a matter of minutes. NeuraSection greatly reduces evaluation time thereby significantly increasing productivity.
Neuralog Consulting Services is formed at the request of Neuralog clients to aid them in retrieving valuable data in a timely and cost effective manner. Neuralog's staff of highly qualified and experienced technicians, as well as a full time geologist, ensures accurate data capture and rapid turn around time.
NeuraScanner is developed as the first continuous feed, unlimited length scanner and copier produced specifically for the Oil and Gas Industry. It is designed to fit into a standard size briefcase and weigh less than 15 pounds. Now previously inaccessible data can be regenerated and utilized at the convenience of the geoscientist.
2000 - 2006
Improvements are made to all Neuralog software applications in the Neuralog Professional Suite with regular releases. Development of NeuraDB begins, Neuralog's database and archival application.
Neuralog begins offering the NeuraLaser well log printer.
NeuraScanner 2 is released with significant improvements in both board and image sensor technology. The new NeuraScanner produces a crisper image, is quieter, and scans significantly faster than its predecessor.
NeuraDB is released in both North and South America. Volumetrics and Reserves functionality is added to the NeuraMap Digitizing Software.
Neuralog releases the NeuraLaserColor, an innovative high speed color well log printer. With the fastest print speeds on the market, quality well logs can be produced efficiently and cost effectively.
NeuraJet17 is added to the product line to enable customers to print new wider well log displays up to 17 inches wide.
Neuralog develops a solution for the chemical labeling market to allow for more efficient in-house printing. NeuraLabel is a high speed color, one-pass drum label printer that meets GHS requirements.
Neuralog develops the fastest color laser log printer on the market. NeuraLaserColor II is an 11 inch per second, unlimited length log printing solution. The automated paper handing and top of form log printing make this printer ideal for Oil and Gas operations.
Neuralog develops Desktop, which can be used to organize and manage your wells, logs and related documents. Desktop gives geoscientists the ability to evaluate and analyze geological data within one comprehensive work space. Through a powerful GIS-based interface, users quickly access, visualize, evaluate and manage their projects.
Neuralog releases the 300x, the latest breakthrough in well log printing. With speeds up to 14 inches per second, the 300x delivers high resolution, full color quality logs directly to your desktop. This personal well log printer is not only small enough to sit on your desktop, it also prints both full-scale and half-scale logs.