GPR scanning

GPR underground utility scanning

GPR scanning is non-destructive method that uses electromagnetic radiation in the microwave band (UHF/VHF frequencies) of the radio spectrum, and detects the reflected signals from subsurface structures e.g. pipes, cables etc. GPR can pick up both metallic, non-metallic objects and utilities in a non-intrusive way.
GPR has more uses than just mapping underground utilities, with the right equipment and expertise it can be used for the following; pavement/bridge/roadway inspection, void detection, concrete slab analysis, rebar mapping, verifying as-built information of concrete walls and floors among others.

We employ USRadar Q5 GPR and GNSS for mapping

A GPR is a geophysical method that uses radar pulses to image and map the subsurface.

The GPR equipment is integrated with tablet with data collection software, GNSS and antenae.

Processed GPR 3D data (i.e. the Radargrams) are interpreted to give location of utilities (x,y and z).

GPR underground utility scanning procedure

Locate, map and mark

Simply walk the GPR system back and forth over an area to map and mark underground utilities.

In-Field Visualization

Add flags and field interpretations on targets in the GPR data and visualize them using MapView.

Create Maps and Reports

Perform post-survey analysis, generate maps and reports for accurate future records.

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