You can publish your SubsurfaceViewer structure models and/or all of your project data! Any information of a subsurface investigation project, like borehole data, maps, geological unit data, properties, shape files, DTMs, etc. can be compiled in one SubsurfaceViewer® project file. Thus, you can publish a comprehensive view of potentially all of your data, represented in all dimensions. Publishing this project file and/or structure model means that you can make it available to other users, who just have to download the free SubsurfaceViewer Reader from the internet to be able to watch your investigation results in the context of all existing project data. Instead of supplying clients or other users with the usual pile of a limited number of printouts, you can supply them with one file that allows any view on your project data.
There are diverse options of how you can publish your project file: You can put a download link on the internet, so that potentially everybody interested in your investigation results can download it. Or you may distribute the project file on a CD or memory stick that you send to a certain user group only. You can also restrict the download option to a private user group. International companies with many branches can make their subsurface project available exclusively to members of their company, no matter where they work. The grade of restriction that you choose for your project publication is up to you.
Publishing their subsurface projects and structure models has become indispensable for many different users: to state surveys, because publishing helps them to fulfil their responsibilities of public administration: Up to all of a countries territory can be made available to the public. To engineering offices it is important, because publishing their projects is not only the most modern way of showing subsurface data, but also the best way of advertising their capabilities. Site investigation results can be made available to clients by publishing a project alternatively to delivering a restricted, non-updatable number of plots.
Here is the SubsurfaceViewer Reader - Manual for download: SubsurfaceViewer Reader Manual