Ground Penetrating Radar

Ground penetrating radar – a geophysical method that operates by transmitting electromagnetic waves from an antenna and reflects off layers and objects hidden in the ground. These reflections are collected as data which generates a picture of the subsurface.

As manufacturers of the broadest GPR range in the world, GGEO MALÅ offers solutions for multiple geology applications, such as climate research, underground utility locating, archaeological excavations, infrastructure and construction to mention just a few.