How Much Does Ground Penetrating Radar Cost?

Ground penetrating radar, also known as GPR or impulse radar, is an electromagnetic technology operating on the physics of the earth to capture images of the subsurface using pulses from radar. This technology is diverse and can work on pavement, rocks, ice and even freshwater.  This technology was first used in the early 1970’s when several different teams of scientists began to develop radars for viewing into the earth.  Radars of this type were first developed for military applications-such as locating tunnels under the DMZ between North and South Korea.  GPR use in locating and mapping utility lines has been the subject of much on-going research conducted by both military and commercial organizations.  Most of the time, these machines are purchased by companies for specific purposes rather than by individuals.


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