The MOVE suite is the most complete structural modelling and analysis toolkit available. It provides a full digital environment for best practice structural modelling to reduce risk and uncertainty in geological models.
The MOVE suite provides a platform for integrating and interpreting data, cross-section construction, 3D model building, kinematic restoration and validation, geomechanical modelling, fracture modelling, fault response modelling, fault and stress analysis, and sediment modelling.
MOVE 2019.1 was released on the 8th November and is available for download to all our maintained clients and academic users. The 2019 version of MOVE includes substantial new features, as well as improvements to the existing functionality and usability. The full release notes are available here.
Core application for data integration and interpretation, cross-section digitization, 3D model building and the base for the modelling modules and links.
World-leading forward and reverse modelling tools for validating your interpretation and reducing uncertainty.
3D model restoration, forward modelling and validation based on geometric structural geology principles.
3D model restoration based on a mass-spring algorithm for volumes and surfaces with assigned rheological properties.
3D Discrete Fracture Network (DFN) modelling for fracture network characterisation.
Display and evaluate the effect of present-day and palaeo stress states on slip and stability of faults and fracture systems in 3D.
Quantitative analysis of fault throw, juxtaposition and seal through geological time.
Boundary element modelling to simulate displacement on faults, and geomechanical analysis of surrounding fracture systems.
Monte Carlo simulation to numerically model sediment deposition patterns as a result of low-density turbidity currents.
Digital field mapping applications for your smartphone and tablet. Collect data and build your 3D model in MOVE.
Below you will find links to all our MOVE features:
Below you will find links to all relevant MOVE technical specifications and guides: