Staying on the radar for utility mapping
As the underground utility industry develops, so do its standards and technologies. To keep pace with modernisation, ImpulseRadar continues to offer the industry the familiar 2D systems and newer 3D models of its ground penetrating radar solutions.
Ground penetrating radar (GPR) technology is vital to utility locating and mapping, with the non-intrusive method allowing for the surveying of sub-surface utilities. GPR collects important data concerning the presence and layout of buried utilities and other subsurface assets and infrastructure, while reducing costs from damage to utilities and creating more accurate mapping for future reference and future projects.
With such benefits, the surveying process has become so vital that many countries have deemed the use of GPR a mandatory requirement through the implementation of robust standards – such as Australian Standard’s AS5488-2019 Classification of Subsurface Utility Information (SUI).