GeoClerk is a web-based platform that utilises machine learning to source industry related imagery and link back to its source documents.

What is GeoClerk?

GeoClerk unlocks a wealth of valuable, industry relevant information that was previously hidden within and around images in legacy geoscience publications. GeoClerk classifies and extracts imagery and pertinent data from unstructured documents, which is then collated in searchable and filterable geo-imagery libraries for convenient access.

A wide range of geoscience images, from maps, sections, 3d models, lithostratigraphy, geophysics, and photos from thin sections to location shots, are collected and catalogued from websites, presentations, reports, and scanned documents. A limitless library of geoscience images is centralised onto the subscription-based platform, enabling the industry to view all published geoscience imagery in one platform.

Search through a limitless
database of geoscience content.
Advanced algorithms turn unstructured
documents into searchable and
filterable geo-imagery libraries.
Never miss out on important
information on your area of
interest with personalised alerts.

GeoClerk Features

In the age of machine learning, GeoClerk, brings a revolutionary new search tool to the industry bringing to light decades of historic and uncategorised documents and making them readily accessible and available to all in one searchable location. Users will be able to effectively research and simplify efforts required to source industry relevant information.

Curated live database

Search through an ever growing, curated database of oil and gas industry specific content.

Limitless library

Search across all publicly available content on the Internet via the GeoClerk online interface.

Add-On Databases

  • Geoscience Australia (Australia)
  • NOPIMS Historical Permit databases (Australia)
  • WAPIMS Historical Permit databases & GSWA eBookshop databases (WA)
  • SARIG Historical Permit databases (SA)
  • DIGS Historical Permit databases (NSW)
  • GSQ Historical Permit databases (QLD)
  • GEMIS Historical Permit databases (NT)
  • GSV Historical Permit databases (VIC)

Ingest your own content

Make unstructured G&G libraries searchable with GeoClerk’s ability to securely import and store custom libraries.

Add-On Databases

Subscription Options

We have something for everyone.

Whether you’re a small business looking for ways to increase efficiency or a large explorer or government with multiple users across the globe we have something suitable for you.

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