Searcher has launched a mining edition of GeoClerk.
The company described GeoClerk as “an advanced geo-imagery search engine that intelligently extracts imagery and surrounding data from all types of unstructured documents, and then utilizes machine learning to classify them into geologically relevant categories.”
“The intuitive, web-based interface enables simple and complex querying to provide images in categories such as maps, core photos, imagery, cross-sections and tables, which are all linked back to the original source documents,” Searcher added.
GeoClerk works with government databases, mineral company websites, internal document libraries, and institutional subscriptions to identify, define and present images in geologically relevant categories to easily extract information from historic and uncategorised documents. Over 1.2Million relevant images are already available in GeoClerk.
“Expanding into the mining industry, after 15 years of oil and gas focus, is an exciting new venture for Searcher. Industry feedback has been overwhelmingly positive since the launch of GeoClerk in the oil and gas industry. There was a clear demand for geoscientists from the mineral industry to utilize the geo-imagery search engine,” stated Helen Anderson, Vice President Minerals at Searcher.
“Companies in both industries are looking to save time and resources, as well as making it easier to access their huge databases of old reports in storage units and modern computerised data, all through the visual aspect of images.”
GeoClerk Mining Edition is available as an annual subscription service.