The Geophysical Archaeometry Laboratory has been involved in archaeological remote sensing and research using ground penetrating radar since 1989. The small laboratoy incorporated as an independent research lab affiliated with the University of Miami and under the direction of Dean Goodman, has developed state-of-the-art imaging software and 2-D simulation software. The laboratory funds its operations through subscriptions of GPR-SLICE and GPRSIM Softwares in addition to performing contracted GPR field surveys for government and private organizations. GPR-SLICE began development in 1990 and became a full commercial software by 1994. The first Windows version of the software was released in 2001. The software is directly marketed by the Geophysical Archaeometry Laboratory Inc. and our affliated worldwide distributors.