Terrestrial penetration radar ( GPR ) is a geophysical instrument that uses radar pulses to create an underground image. The GPR is a sensor that uses electromagnetic radiation in the microwave band (UHF / VHF frequencies) of the radio spectrum and allows to detect the signals reflected by the structures of the subsoil. GPR can have applications in a variety of analyzes, including rock, earth, ice, fresh water, sidewalks and structures. Professionals can use GPR to detect subsoil objects, changes in material properties, voids and cracks.
The system consists of a multi-rotor drone integrated with Ground Penetrating Radar ( GPR ). The drone flight is planned and managed using full functionality via flight planning software. Postproduction software for GPR data is also available .
You can also choose between a ready-to-use system or opt for an integration kit for your drone.