The UX-Analyze extension is used in unexploded ordnance (UXO) investigations for advanced geophysical classification (AGC). With AGC, the geophysical data are modeled and classified as to whether they are a target of interest (TOI) or not.
UX-Analyze provides tools for working with advanced electromagnetic (EM) sensor data (e.g., MetalMapper, MetalMapper 2x2, TEM2x2, and MPV), to import, process, analyze, and classify the likelihood that the response is due to a target of interest. This data can be either collected in a dynamic mode where the sensor is moving during the data measurement, or in a static (cued) mode where the sensor is parked over an already established target location.

The tools are developed by Seequent and its development partner, Acorn Science & Innovation Inc. The initial fund was provided by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) through the Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP).

The following menus (workflows) are included:

  • AGC Survey Prep – provides tools to prepare for processing AGC data.

  • AGC Dynamic Data – the tools are arranged in a simplified workflow to process dynamic AGC data.
  • AGC Static Data - the tools are arranged in a simplified workflow to process static AGC data.
  • AGC Expert User - provides the entire suite of AGC tools for customized processing.

When working with dynamic or static survey data, the AGC Dynamic Data and AGC Static Data menus, respectively, are the recommended menus (workflows) to use. These menus follow the "simplified workflows" where several individual tools are bundled together for key processing steps. The entire suite of individual tools are available “à la carte” through the AGC Expert User menu.

This Help system contains the topics for the UX-Analyze extension.