Georadar (Ground Penetrating Radar) is a noninvasive electromagnetic geophysical method used successfully for the exploration, characterization and monitoring of the subsurface.
Advantages: high investigation speed (up to 80 km/h), the highest resolution on the market today (up to 63 different antennas in the same unit).
Successful applications of the georadar geophysical method are :
- scanning garbage dumps and fillings
- scan cracks in walls and concrete slabs
- detection of buried utilities in a homogeneous medium (pipes and tubes),
- detection of asphalt layers,
- identification of road foundation,
- mapping of archaeological sites,
- detecting and locating ammunition and unexploded bombs (UXO),
- monitoring environmental pollutants,
- identification and mapping of caves and tunnels.