3 Hidden Underground Features that GPR Can Detect

Posted August 21, 2016

The ground holds an untold number of secrets. From ancestral burial sites to the remnants of million-year-old fossils, countless objects may reside buried where the naked eye cannot see them. Ground-penetrating radar is one of the most advanced imaging techniques capable of seeing what resides beneath the soil. It can do so by utilizing numerous physical features to create an …

Infrared Thermography: Adding Another Layer of Information

Posted July 19, 2016

While ground-penetrating radar (GPR) is one of the most versatile imaging techniques, it is not without certain challenges. GPR is designed to give a picture of an object’s outline as it resides underground. It is unable to differentiate between, for example, a utility line and a small sinkhole. The operator is left to determine what objects are located beneath the …

3 Reasons to Use GPR Before Your Next Construction Project

Posted June 21, 2016

Underground utilities represent some of the greatest conveniences. They supply energy, carry water to and from a property, and help to facilitate the overall comfort experienced by individuals in a property. The problem is that not all utility lines run as they should. Everything from minutes deviations to make changes can occur with regards to where utilities are located. This …

5 Benefits of Ground Penetrating Radar for Construction Projects

Posted May 25, 2016

Ground penetrating radar (GPR) is one of the most advantageous technological advancements that has developed in the recent years. It provides a non-destructive, robust and flexible approach to determining what is located where under the ground. The challenge with this technology is that few people understand the benefits that it can bring. They may choose to rely on blueprints, schematics …

GPR—What Can It Be Used For?

Posted March 16, 2016

Ground Penetrating Radar or GPR uses a high frequency radio signal that gets sent into the ground, and it will be returned to the receiver to store the information received. It works based on the pulse being sent into the ground and how long it takes to travel to and from the target. That will look at the depth and …