This article presents the method of logging the earth's natural pulsed electromagnetic noises for mapping anomalies of the earth's crust stress-strain deformed state. Methods for identifying small-scale space-time variations of the earth's natural electromagnetic field at global and regional scale are proposed. The paper describes an automated system for controlling geodynamic processes based on the systematization and processing of the earth's natural pulsed electromagnetic noises recorded by ground-based multichannel geophysical loggers. The developed software downloads data obtained by registrars to the system database, allows to remotely configure the system hardware, allows to identify and authenticate the groups of researchers. It also provides researchers with the means to sample the required data and to process it mathematically in order to monitor the geomagnetic situation and identify dangerous geological processes, provides visualization of processing results and is capable of exporting specific data for further analysis in other software environments.