Privacy Policy


This legal notice (hereinafter “Notice”) rules the use of the internet site (hereinafter “Site”) that Xcalibur Multiphysics (hereinafter “Xcalibur”) makes available to its users (hereinafter “Users”) through the URL direction to provide access information about Xcalibur and its services (hereinafter “Services”)

The identifying details of the person responsible for the Site are as follows:

Xcalibur Geophysics Spain S.L.
NIF: B85462950
Avda. Partenon, 10, 2a planta, 28042
Madrid, Spain


Please be informed that that by accessing and / or using the Site you acquire the condition of user, accepting from that moment, without exceptions, the content included in this Legal Notice (“General Conditions”).

By accessing the Site, the Users accepts that certain services requires that they enter their contact information, therfore, the Users authorize and accept that we treat their information in order to access them.

By accessing the Site the Users:

  • Declare that the Users are solely responsible for any false or inaccurate information made and for the damages caused as a result of the information provided to Xcalibur or to third parties.
  • Agree not to use the Site or the content of the Site for illegal purposes or that may cause damage to Xcalibur or any third party.

If the Users do not agree with the content of these General Conditions, they must refrain from using the Site. Xcalibur reserves the right to modify these General Conditions by advising Users of this through the corresponding notices on the Site, so that they can become aware of its content.

Please be informed that, in relation to the contents of the Site, such as its information, texts, graphics and / or images, photographs, designs, or any other (hereinafter “Contents”), the following are prohibited:

  • The reproduction, copying, distribution, dissemination, public communication, transformation or modification, unless authorized or legally permitted by Xcalibur.
  • Any infrigent of Xcalibur’ rights.
  • The use for all types of commercial or advertising purposes, except those strictly permitted by Xcalibur.
    Any attempt to obtain content by any means other than those that we make available for User uses on Internet and, if applicable, since it does not cause any damage to Xcalibur.


In compliance with the provisions of the regulations on the protection of personal data privacy, please be informed that:

The data controller is Xcalibur with address at Avda. Partenon, 10, 2a planta, 28042, Madrid, Spain

To guarantee proper management of your personal data, Xcalibur has a Data Protection Officer. The contact details are as follows:

• Email:


Xcalibur informs that may eventually collect personal data with the purposes of:

  • Maintain and comply with the business relationship and / or communication established between Xcalibur and Users exclusively for the purpose of attending Users´ requests.
    Xcalibur to offer products and services to the interests and needs of Users.

The legal basis for the treatment of personal data is the development and execution of the contractual relationship formalized with Users by the General Conditions.


The use of the Site and its content will be carried out under the sole responsibility of Users, being Xcalibur expressly exonerated from damages and / or losses caused to Users or third parties for a use contrary to what is established in these General Conditions. This responsibility will extend to any use that Users or any third party makes of the content obtained from the Site without the prior and express authorization of Xcalibur.


Xcalibur is not responsible for any damages, direct or indirect, that may arise from the reception, obtaining, storage, dissemination or transmission, by Users, of the Contents and the violation of intellectual property rights, designs and / or brands, honor, personal and family privacy, data protection, image, property or any third party rights as a result.

Xcalibur is not responsible for the illicit, negligent, fraudulent use, contrary to these General Conditions, good faith, generally accepted uses or public order, of the Site by Users.

Users will be liable for damages of any kind that Xcalibur may suffer as a direct or indirect consequence of Users’ breach of the General Conditions.


All trademarks, trade names or distinctive signs of any kind that appear on the Site (“Trademarks”) are the property of Xcalibur. The Trademarks are subject to the applicable legislation on intellectual and industrial property, their reproduction or use without Xcalibur authorization are prohibited.
All the Contents, including the Site itself, are the intellectual property of Xcalibur, so in no case can it be understood that by virtue of the provisions of this Legal Notice, any of the exploitation rights that exist or may exist of the Contents have been assigned to user.


If any Clause of these General Conditions is declared, totally or partially, null or ineffective, such nullity or ineffectiveness will affect only said provision or part of it that is null or ineffective. The remaining of the General Conditions will remain in force.


The laws of Spain will be applied to any litigation or conflict that arises from these conditions or from the use of the Site, its Contents, or that is related to them, without the provisions on conflicts of laws that may be applicable have effect. Both Xcalibur and Users agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of their domicile, provided that it is in Spain, to solve the claims derived from these General Conditions. However, if their address is not in Spain, both the User and Xcalibur agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Madrid.


Cookies refer to any type of data storage and retrieval devices used on the end terminal equipment (e.g., a computer, a mobile phone, or a tablet) of a user to store and retrieve information.
The term “cookies” used here should be understood in a broad sense, including other similar technologies such as local shared objects or flash cookies, web beacons, etc.


We utilize first-party and third-party cookies for various purposes, including user recognition, gathering information about their browsing habits, accessing and processing personal data by Xcalibur, and enhancing user convenience and usability.
First-party cookies are specifically created and accessed by the website you are currently visiting. They are solely utilized by this website. On the other hand, third-party cookies originate from a different source than the website owner you are interacting with.
Furthermore, to download the White Paper, we will require certain user data such as name and email address. We want to assure you that these data will be protected and treated confidentially. Additionally, we will share this data with the respective business unit associated with the White Paper for proper use.


We inform you that we will only use cookies on your device on the condition that you have given your consent through the access banner. This consent includes the use and processing of personal data.


The user can modify or revoke their consent at any time by configuring the options previously showed in the access banner. In any case, the user can allow or block cookies, as well as erase their browsing data from the installed browser on their device.


Disabling cookies does not prevent browsing the website; however, the use of some services may be limited, thereby potentially reducing the overall browsing experience.


The data collected from our users will be protected and treated with utmost confidentiality within the Xcalibur group. We prioritize the safeguarding of your information, ensuring that it remains secure and inaccessible to unauthorized individuals. Our commitment to data protection extends across all business units within our organization, ensuring the privacy and confidentiality of your data at every level.


Certain cookies may involve the processing of personal data, referring to user information that includes names, email addresses, or any other data that can identify them, such as through IP addresses or the use of unique identifiers that distinguish one user from another, enabling individual tracking. Our cookies comply with the regulations, such as the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2016/679 and the Personal Data Protection and Digital Rights 3/2018.
We are committed to continuously reviewing and updating our cookie policy to ensure compliance with evolving privacy regulations and best practices. By using our website and accepting our cookie policy, you acknowledge that you have read and understood the terms outlined herein.