ImpulseRadar - Simplifying GPR for law enforcement
As a non-intrusive method of surveying the sub-surface, ground-penetrating radar (GPR) technology has carved a unique place in the law enforcement arena by helping investigators find and retrieve delicate material without the need for digging. Over the years, GPR has also been used to locate clandestine graves of homicide victims, buried caches of incriminating evidence, and more. And unlike metal detectors, GPR can detect non-metallic items such as narcotics, weapons, and money buried underground, making it a disruptive technology for forensic and other law enforcement investigations. However, a majority of smaller agencies still struggle to leverage the benefits of GPR because it often requires a skilled geophysicist to use the equipment and deliver the desired results effectively. Addressing this challenge with its user-friendly and real-time sampling (RTS) technology-driven portfolio of GPR solutions is Swedish-based ImpulseRadar.
“The design of our portfolio provides significant operational and performance benefits while the advanced hardware and easy-to-use interfaces eliminate the need for outsourcing specialists and resources,” says Brian Wright, director of business development at ImpulseRadar.