Archive | May, 2013

What Is GPR

What is Ground Penetrating Radar? To put it simply, Ground Penetrating Radar (or GPR) shows you what is underneath the surface. It is a technique that uses electromagnetic energy signals to penetrate a variety of materials such as concrete, soil, rock, ice and pretty much any non-metallic and non- conductive media. GPR records signals and […]

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Who Uses GPR?

Who uses Ground Penetrating Radar? Ground Penetrating Radar has been used regularly in the early 1970s to identify sub- surface anomalies. It is used today for many applications in a number of fields including: – Contractors – Archaeologists – Engineers – Earth Scientists – Hospitals – Environmental Firms – Mining Companies – Forensic Specialists and […]

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