The company's 3D Radar AS system is designed for GPR road measurements and consists of a step-frequency antenna array equipped with 15 pairs of transmit/receive antennas, a central unit that manages antenna operation and data collection, a distance meter, an antenna that receives GPS signals and a power system. 3D GPR belongs to a new generation of hardware solutions. Unlike the category of pulse GPRs commonly used, it is based on a step tuning technique. It allows simultaneous data collection along a dozen profiles in a single run.


An extremely valuable property of this model is the ability to spatially synchronize the results collected in multiple runs with decimeter accuracy using a GPS signal. The synchronized measurement results provide a spatial (pseudo-3D) image of the medium's structure and can be further presented using vertical and horizontal cuts as shown in the figure below.