Traditional methods of finding geothermal hotspots involve directly measuring temperatures or looking for telltale characteristics, such as steam rising from the earth's surface. The problem is that making deep temperature measurements is costly, existing measurements are sparse, and many hotspots don't display obvious physical surface signs such as rising steam.
GeoTGo is AI that can identify geothermal hotspots without direct temperature measurements or obvious physical signs. By training GeoTGo on large sets of readily available geological data, it has learned which physical characteristics coincide with high geothermal potential, so it can find high value targets in your area using already existing data.
Finding a high potential geothermal location is only the first step. GeoTGo can play a crucial role in all phases of a geothermal project.
GeoTGo is software that is available online, making it instantly and easily accessible. It allows users to define a location, choose the number of clusters and iterations, which affect processing costs, and upload their own proprietary datasets. GeoTGo's outputs include maps, charts, plots showing a desired feature, and relationships between geothermal features.
Our AI/ML software utilizes cloud computing and data management (both public and proprietary). Our software is licensed as a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). Our company provides consulting and support.