Georadar GPR

Ground and air GPR

The ground-penetrating georadar technique is a non-destructive geophysical technique that provides images of the subsoil, allowing the detection or discovery of hidden objects, buried services and different layers of materials.


Locate objects, structures or cavities in subsurface levels, to determine the depth, orientation, size and shape of objects.


Multiplatform air and ground GPR, 200MHz and 500MHz antennas and 2D and 3D radargram generation software, interprets data with high accuracy, in situations such as:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Georadar GPR, or ground-penetrating radar, is a non-destructive technique that uses radar pulses to image the subsurface. It sends electromagnetic pulses into the ground and detects the reflected signals, providing images of buried objects or different layers of materials.

It can help locate buried objects, underground structures, cavities, utilities (such as gas pipelines, power lines, fiber optics), fissures in the ground, pavement thickness, and even assist in excavation planning and evaluating archaeological sites.

The technology offers high accuracy in interpreting data, providing precise information regarding the depth, orientation, size, and shape of detected objects or structures.

Our service includes multiplatform air and ground GPR, utilizing antennas of various frequencies (200MHz and 500MHz), and 2D/3D radargram generation software for detailed data interpretation.

It’s beneficial for locating subway utilities, assessing road pavement thickness, identifying cavities, planning excavations, evaluating concrete infrastructures like tunnels and bridges, conducting preliminary studies for horizontal boreholes, and analyzing soil stratigraphy.

It can accurately identify the presence and location of utilities like canals, gas pipelines, power lines, and fiber optics buried underground, minimizing the risk of accidental damage during excavation or construction.

It’s non-destructive, allowing for subsurface investigation without disturbing the site. This helps in reducing costs, time, and potential risks associated with traditional excavation methods.

It aids in evaluating archaeological sites by identifying buried structures, artifacts, or layers of interest without physically disturbing the site, preserving the integrity of the area.

Yes, it evaluates the depth, thickness of coatings, and detects potential anomalies like voids or structural weaknesses within concrete infrastructures, contributing to their assessment and maintenance.

Interested parties can contact us directly through our provided contact information for consultations, inquiries, or to schedule a service demonstration or assessment.

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