Our Ground Penetrating Radar solutions empower informed decision-making. Understanding what lies beneath the surface in materials like soil, rock, rubble, pavement, concrete, water, ice and snow opens endless possibilities.

Ground penetrating radar’s versatility coupled with integration with mapping and GPS technology, calibration techniques and 3D capabilities of a sophisticated subsurface imaging system allows it to be adjusted to suit a variety of applications.

Concrete Scanning & Assessment

Locate conduits, post-tension cables, and rebar/reinforcing wire mesh, detect current carrying cables.

  • Evaluating Concrete Imaging
  • Plastic & Metal Conduits
  • Concrete Voids
  • Concrete Slab Thickness
  • Power Cable Responses
  • Main Power Line Location
  • Hidden Electric Cable

Utility Locating

Detect and Map Metallic or Plastic Utilities | Conduits & Voids | Gas Lines | Power Cables

  • Conduits & Gas Lines
  •  Detect Plastic & Non-Metallic Objects
  • Concrete Scanning
  • Duct Banks/Vaults

Forensic & Law Enforcement

Find buried evidence: bodies, weapons, caches of drugs UXO detection Intrusion monitoring.

  • Investigators receive an accurate indication of the location of the body
  • Ground Penetrating Radar guides exhumation
  • FINDAR speaks for murder victims
  • Locate buried evidence

Roads and Bridges

Measure pavement layer thicknesses, road structure assessment, and bridge deck deterioration analysis.

  • Construction Practice Zoning
  • Construction Practice Classifications
  • Bridge Deck Evaluation
  • Bridge Deck Condition Reports
  • Pavement Structure Reports
  • Asphalt and Granular Thickness
  • Road Pavement Forensics

Rail Surveys

Railway Structure Investigations using GPR Technique

  • Locating Voids
  • Ballast
  • Granular layers
  • Ballast pockets
  • Custom made GPR RRV (Road Railway Vehicle)


Locate conduits, post-tension cables, and rebar/reinforcing wire mesh Detect current carrying cables.

  • Evaluating Concrete Imaging
  • Post-Tension Cables & Rebar
  • Plastic & Metal Conduits
  • Concrete Voids
  • Slab Thickness
  • Power Cable Responses
  • Main Power Line Location
  • Hidden Electric Cable

Mining & Quarrying

Explore hard rock (kimberlites, quarry stone) and sedimentary (potash) Map stratigraphy Detect hazards for mine safety

  • Placer & Mineral Exploration
  • Tunneling & Underground Mines
  • Quarry Rock Quality

Geotechnical & Environmental

Faults and sinkholes Bedrock depth, soil stratigraphy Water table delineation Bathymetry .

Geotechnical Engineering

  • Sinkholes/Karst
  • Stratigraphy, Soil Structure
  • Drainage Tiles
  • Mine Shaft Detection


  • GPR Water Table
  • Saltwater Infiltration
  • Bathymetry & Sub-Bottom Profilling
  • Soil Water Content

Archaeological Survey

The need for techniques that provide rapid area coverage and detailed imaging of the subsurface to evaluate the historical sites without intrusive investigations naturally leads to exploiting the power of GPR.

  • Buried Walls & Foundations
  • Cemeteries & Unmarked Graves
  • Historic Construction
  • Historical Site Investigation
  • Precious Artefacts


Find buried evidence: bodies, weapons, caches of drugs UXO detection Intrusion monitoring.

UXO & Landmines

  • GPR for IEDs
  • Unexploded Ordnance (UXO)

Intrusion Monitoring

  • Cables & Sensors Embedded in Walls
  • Clandestine Tunnels, Bunkers

Agriculture & Forestry

Check Material alteration or degradation in natural biological materials.


  • Golf Green Management
  • Agricultural Drainage Tiles
  • Metal Soil Water Content


  • Tree Roots
  • Wooden Poles & Trees


  • Underground Storage Tanks
  • Septic Systems
  • Contaminant Delineation
  • Contaminant Remediation

Ice and Snow

Snow and ice covered areas were the birthplace environments for GPR use.

Glaciology and Ice Sheets

  • Glaciology
  • Objects in Ice

Snow Management

  • Checking Cross-country Trails at Resorts
  • Avalanche Prediction Monitoring
  • Evaluating Ski Slopes at Resorts
  • Detecting Movement of Avalanche Victims
  • Water Content in Snow

Ice Thickness

  • Arctic Oil Exploration
  • Ice Roads

Custom Solutions

Some applications include systems for Geology/Geophysics/Civil Engineering

  • earth scientists study land forms, soils, groundwater, and ice.
  • geotechnical engineers detect soil changes, depth to bedrock
  • structural engineers evaluate the condition of roads, bridges and other structures.
  • archaeologists non-destructively locate and map historic sites and optimize excavation
  • environmental professionals define ground water conditions and track contamination plumes
  • utility locators pinpoint buried conduits, pipes and cables
  • military personnel detect landmines, unexploited ordnance and tunnels
  • law enforcement locates clandestine graves and recover buried evidence
  • search and rescue teams detect victims under piles of rubble
  • roads departments develop and monitor winter roads
  • ski resort operators direct snow making and grooming efforts
  • research scientists develop new understanding of materials and assess climate change in ice covered areas
  • mine operators maximize yields and improve safety