Voxaya is specialized in 3D micro-analysis, developing software solutions to explore the interior of your materials samples without destroying them. Voxaya analyzes sample properties rapidly with great precision, and can even predict their future behavior.
- 17 June 2015
- 5 July 2012
X-ray tomography produces three-dimensional images of the interior of rock samples without destroying them, in just a few dozen minutes. However, this technology generates huge volumes of data, which might end up not being used effectively.
Image processing and analysis
Voxaya develops digital simulation and analysis tools based on 3D images. Specially created for petrophysical applications, these tools are both effective and unprecedented. In particular, they offer the unique feature of operating rapidly on very large images, without any limitation on precision. This makes it possible to evaluate a rock's porousness in just a few minutes.
Voxaya's software is based on work performed by the company's founding team, combining experimental research, imaging, and digital modeling. We are particularly dedicated to leveraging the complementary nature of these different approaches to produce precise analyses. We also feel that is very important to evaluate the uncertainty introduced by limitations of image acquisition equipment and digital methods.
With a PhD in Mathematics from University of Montpellier, Olivier worked on the geometric characterization of porous environments, using 3D imaging, as a member of the Montpellier Geosciences laboratory's Transfers in Porous Environments team.
Olivier is in charge of Voxaya's development and products.
General Manager, Voxaya
Vanessa holds a degree in Geosciences from the University of Bordeaux (Geo-resources and Risks), and a PhD in Geology from the Montpellier Geosciences laboratory. Through her thesis work, Vanessa gained experience with techniques related to acquisition, processing, and analysis of scientific images.
She coordinates Voxaya product development and is in charge of marketing functions.
Scientific Advisor, Voxaya
CNRS Research Director at the Montpellier Geosciences laboratory, Philippe is in charge of the Transfers in Porous Environments team. He has driven numerous research projects funded by the European Union and French National Research Agency.
He supports Voxaya in his role as scientific expert.