Geophysical Monitoring Applications

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Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) for Forensics and Military

by Transient Technologies LLC     based in Kyiv, UKRAINE

Police can use GPRs in different forensic investigations (search for hidden burials, underground hiding places and passages etc.).  Military uses of GPR include location and detection of buried explosive devices and land mines.

Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) for Construction and Infrastructure

by Transient Technologies LLC     based in Kyiv, UKRAINE

In construction and infrastructure field GPR application makes it possible to have the most detailed topography of undergrounding. GPRs help to discover ground water location, old underground passages and cavities remains and karst layers.

Data analysis and visualization tools for mining

by C Tech Development Corporation     based in Henderson, NEVADA (USA)

Mining is an industry whose product is buried beneath the surface. The mining industry has long embraced 3D technology, and MVS offers a bold new approach with the power and flexibility to address the needs at any stage of mining, from geophysics, to exploration and assessment, to mining operations.

GPR Applications

by Geomorph Instruments     based in Piraeus, GREECE

Our GPR products aid in determining mining safety, establishing bedrock depth, mapping sand and gravel deposits, ascertain rock quality, in addition to mineral exploration. Mining professionals use ground penetrating radar to accurately locate underground structures before drilling, blasting or carrying face operations. Ground penetrating radar is instrumental in helping to identify overhead separations in order to prevent ceiling collapses. In deep mine applications, ground penetrating radar is invaluable for identifying geologic features that may be potential areas for rock bursts, such as fractures, shear zones and faults. GPR is being used as well for mineral exploration in igneous and metamorphic rocks, such as granitic pegmatite, to locate hydrothermal features including cavities and vugs.

Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) for Archaeology

by Transient Technologies LLC     based in Kyiv, UKRAINE

In archaeology using GPR you can process considerable areas of planned excavations. Therefore, the needed excavation area can be substantially reduced. Time and financial costs reduce as well. Examining historical buildings GPRs allow to find hidden rooms, spot areas of demolition in the object structure. What is remarkable, you can make a noncontact research with GPR (e.g. above ground surface).

manufactuer of geophysical exploration equipment

by ST Geomative Co., Ltd     based in shenzhen, CHINA

Resources Prospecting - Underground water detection - Geothermal prospecting - Energy resource prospecting - Metal and nonmetal mineral resources survey Engineering Geology Exploration - City engineering exploration - Cave exploration - Pile foundation Environment Detection - Underground pollutant change detection - Seawater Intrusion Detection - Dam Detection - Underground tank leak detection - Slope failure detection Others - Geological mapping - Archaeology - Drilling/cross hole detection

RailScan

by Geomorph Instruments     based in Piraeus, GREECE

Ground Penetrating Radar to Evaluate Rail Ballast, Sub-ballast and Sub-grade. Railroad maintenance and service providers have traditionally relied on visual inspection and excavation to assess ballast condition and measure sub-ballast and sub-grade. Ground penetrating radar is used to indicate ballast fouling and accurately measure the structural layers to a higher precision and in far less time than with traditional methods.

Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) for Ice and Snow

by Transient Technologies LLC     based in Kyiv, UKRAINE

GPRs can also be applied to measure ice and snow thickness and explore snow structure. Besides, you can explore ground surface relief that is located under ice and snow masses.

Geophysical Assessment

by Geomorph Instruments     based in Piraeus, GREECE

Geophysical professionals require a reliable and accurate means to examine soil conditions and the natural structures found beneath the surface of the earth. Ground penetrating radar has long been the choice for geophysical investigations with a wide range of high precision, field-proven tools. Geophysical tools can be used to calculate ground conductivity, tree and roots assessment, for golf courses, for drainage tiles.

Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) for Roads and Bridges Construction

by Transient Technologies LLC     based in Kyiv, UKRAINE

The roads and bridges construction and repair demand of careful investigation of road surfacing state, quality of used concrete and geological assessment of ground structure under roads to find any heterogeneity. GPRs can be applied here for: tunnels, road surface thickness measure, runways state assessment. The important advantage of GPRs using – quick road surface assessment.

Geophysical resistivity and IP imaging for archeological studies

by Advanced Geosciences, Inc.     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

Geophysical resistivity and IP imaging for archeological studies.

Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) for Fresh Water Reservoirs Eploring

by Transient Technologies LLC     based in Kyiv, UKRAINE

In hydrobiology GPR also find its applications: fresh water reservoir bottom structure. find items lying on the reservoir’s bottom and inside bottom sediment. measure of peat and other bottom sediments thickness . search for underwater piping and other infrastructure items. archaeological underwater explorations.

Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) for Geology and Environment

by Transient Technologies LLC     based in Kyiv, UKRAINE

VIY3 GPRs allow to have a topography of subterrain structure down to 15 meters. That the good application for underground water exploration, searching for harmful chemical pollutions and underground cavities finding.

Data analysis and visualization tools for geophysical analysis

by C Tech Development Corporation     based in Henderson, NEVADA (USA)

EVS, MVS, and EnterVol excel in their ability to handle analysis and visualization of geophysical data. For example, 3D resistivity can be analyzed from 2D ground arrays and airborne surveys. Electrical resistivity surveys offer the ability to inexpensively collect vast quantities of three-dimensional subsurface data. Environmental sciences, mining, archaeology and many other disciplines can benefit from these measurement techniques. However, their large irregular datasets offer significant challenges related to analysis and visualization. C Tech’s EVS , MVS, and EnterVol excel in their ability to address these complex issues.

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