A ground penetrating radar or a georadar is a minimal invasive geophysical locating method that makes hidden things in the ground visible using electromagnetic waves. Ilmsens has specialised in ultra-wideband measurements from 0 to 6 GHz. The more broadband is measured, the higher the resolution or localisation accuracy. Get the data you need using the Ilmsens ground penetrating radar (GPR) sensor.
Determine how deep the object is in the ground or at what depth the soil layer is changing
Determine whether it is one larger object or two smaller objects close to each other
Penetration depth depends on the used and allowed frequency range as well as the transmission power. The propagation speed is faster (e.g. dry soil) or slower (e.g. moist sand) depending on the permittivity ε (dielectric conductivity) of the material of the soil. Ilmsens different algorithms and test set-ups prevent the material property of the soil from affecting the results. In order to obtain accurate measurement results, we have to determine the permittivity ε precisely.
Locate excavation pits or pipeline routes.
Detect building remains or objects.
Geophysics / Geology
Investigate under-ground utilities.
Find vegetables in soil or investigate the groundwater level.
Locate Landmines or other explosive devices.
Examine prestressed concrete
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