Ground Penetrating Radar

Ground penetrating radar (GPR) is an efficient, noninvasive method for learning about underground conditions. It has the ability to map out pipes, voids and changes in soil, all without the need to dig.



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With the up-gradation of infrastructure, there’s a major need to upgrade sub-surface infrastructure to meet the needs of India's...

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Through the use of geomapping tools, workers can accurately locate underground utilities.

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Ground penetrating radar or (GPR) can save you thousands on a trenchless project, however, it cannot be relied upon by itself. Using it to...