CrossPoint - Visualisation Software
ImpulseRadar CrossPoint is a proprietary Windows based software program for the visualisation and interpretation of ImpulseRadar ground penetrating radar (GPR) data files. CrossPoint can import and work with data files collected with the ImpulseRadar CrossOver series, PinPointR, and Raptor.
- CrossPoint, the new visualization software for processing, interpretation and analysis of ground penetrating radar data.
- CrossPoint offers a practical approach to managing single or multiline data sets, including online map support, for efficient subsurface mapping.
- Designed primarily to support the CrossOver series of dual-channel antennas, CrossPoint also supports Raptor data files, as well as some third-party GPR file formats.
- The user-friendly interface provides effective tools for filter assignment and data processing, marking points of interest within radar profiles, visualising markers on support maps, and exporting markers for geo-referencing within suitable CAD/GIS platforms.
- Supports ImpulseRadar 32-bit data formats, as well as 16-bit
- View dual-channel data from CrossOver and PinPointR
- Simultaneous comparison of up to 10 profiles
- Support for both Lat./Long. and UTM coordinates
- Support for Google Maps
- Includes a range of common filtering routines
- Export to ASCII, DXF, KML and KMZ
The software is intuitive and easy-to-use and provides effective tools for filter assignment, data processing, marking points of interest, visualising profiles and markers in the site view – including online map support, and exporting markers for geo-referencing within suitable CAD/GIS environments.
The software excels at simplifying the processing and mark-up of multi-line 2D GPR projects but is equally adept at supporting a single-line projects project. Compatible with the project modes in the ImpulseRadar ViewPoint acquisition App, CrossOver and PinPointR data sets can be processed quickly and efficiently. By viewing up to ten parallel profiles simultaneously, anomalies in the data can be more easily resolved, which makes for increased productivity.
Profiles from Raptor surveys can be also be viewed, either individually, or together with all profiles in a single swath. This allows quick analysis of 2D data before import into the ImpulseRadar Condor 3D processing software.
Colour-coded markers are used to indicate anomalies or points of interest within the data. These markers show up both in the radar profile as well as the site map. Once a project is complete, the markers (including profiles) can be exported for import into third-party drawing packages such as CAD, or into geographical information systems.