The Georadar, known as GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) or Terrestrial Penetration Radar, is an increasingly used tool for solving problems with non-invasive methods.
Georadar studies are carried out along research lines or meshes, acquiring equidistant traces on the profiles. The traditional georadar generates an electromagnetic pulse (radio wave) capable of passing through different materials of natural or anthropic origin. Said pulse is reflected in those limits where there is a significant change in ground conditions; Geological, hydrogeological changes or existence of buried structures. This pulse is recorded by a receiving surface antenna. More information about Georradar here.
Stepped Frequency Georadar
Unlike other “multi-frequency” georadar that only work on two different frequencies (one high and one low), in GPR 3D we have the first continuous wave georadar with stepped frequency SFCW (Step Radar). The only solution to locate and map objects in the underground world with superior clarity.
Our equipment has a bandwidth of 40 – 3440 MHz. These frequencies allow us to observe smaller objects with higher resolution and reach deeper. Traditional equipment is usually limited in depth depending on the materials of the terrain or the frequency of work of the georadar used.
Our equipment is optimal for detection tasks; Its agility and speed to detect armor, buried services and archaeological structures facilitate fast and accurate detection.
In studies of large areas and where maximum resolution 3D data is required, we put georadar matrices at your disposal to obtain a three-dimensional image of the subsoil. In our company we have extensive experience in the acquisition, processing and interpretation of this type of data. With this methodology horizontal cuts are obtained at different depths that are interpreted in KMZ or CAD format.