Hvad er ground penetration radar system?
Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) is a technology used to map and image objects and materials beneath the surface of the ground. The system works by sending out electromagnetic pulses through the ground and then detecting and analyzing the reflections from different materials and structures beneath the surface.
GPR systems typically consist of a transmitter antenna and a receiver antenna that are mounted on a handheld instrument or a vehicle-mounted platform. The transmitter antenna sends out electromagnetic pulses into the ground, and the receiver antenna detects the reflected signals from different materials and structures beneath the surface.
GPR systems can be used to image geological formations, identify archaeological finds, locate underground pipes and cables, and perform non-destructive testing of buildings and infrastructure. GPR technology has also been used in search and rescue operations to locate missing persons, and in environmental surveys to map subsurface contamination.
Mobilt jord gennemtrængende radarsystem, hvor enheden kan skubbes, som en "græsslåmaskine" rundt på jordoverfladen. Resulateterne fra undergrunden vises på en fladskærm.