Ground Penetrating Radar

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a relatively fast technique for remotely detecting buried objects. Radiowaves are sent into the ground and are reflected, refracted or absorbed by buried objects. A receiver antenna detects and records the time taken for signals to be reflected back to the surface, which can then be used to determine the depth to the reflective feature below the ground.

  • IDS Duo Georadar (2 x channel radar)
  • Competent GPR technicians
  • Advanced analysis