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    19 April 2024 An interview article with our president was published in Newsweek International published on April 19, 2024. Please take a look detailed interview on Worldfolio's website.
   1 April 2024 Change of Director.
   27 June 2023 Change of Auditor.
1 January 2020 Change of President.
14 August 2018 Lombok Earthquakes - Preliminary Results of the Sentinel-1 DInSAR Analysis.
      6 July 2018 Updated Quality Management System.
(JIS Q 9001:2015 (ISO 9001:2015))
      1 July 2018 Notice of organization change.
   12 June 2018 Change of Executives.
   20 April 2018 JGI will exhibit The 42nd IPA @ Jakarta 2-4 May 2018.
Our booth number is AS6.
     4 April 2018 Updated Quality Policy.
     1 July 2017 JGI joined Seafloor Electromagnetic Methods Consortium hosted by Scripps Ocean Research Institute, University of California, San Diego, USA.
    8 June 2017 JGI started joint development of Joint Inversion with different methods of geophysical surveys (seismic survey, electromagnetic exploration, gravity and magnetic etc.) with TechnoImaging USA in the United States.
   28 April 2017 JGI will exhibit The 41th IPA @ Jakarta 17-19 May 2017.
Our booth number is AS18

8 November 2016 Uploaded movie (Vibroseis Sesmic Survey in Indonesia)

New Geophysical Challenge to High Resolution Deep Water Survey

Vertical Cable Seismic (VCS) System is an excellent tool to obtain the high resolution seismic data near seabed. Sensors attached along a vertically extended cable from seabed can acquire shallow sub-bottom reflections. Targets of the VCS system are deep water site survey or geohazards.

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An Innovative data Processing Technology for Low S/N Seismic Data

MDRS is an alternative stacking method for complex structures based on the common-reflection-surface (CRS) technology. The method offers not only an improved signal to noise ratio of data but also a higher fidelity of wave field representation by treating conflicting dips.

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Oil Slick Detection
Advanced method for detecting oil seepage on the sea surface

Seepage Oil Slick Detection has contributed to the discovery of some large oil fields around the world. Satellite imagery especially Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is the most useful method to identify offshore oil seepage, such method is adopted by many oil companies worldwide, in some cases, led to locate exploration targets in conjunction with other geophysical data.

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