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Ground Penetrating Radars

GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) systems enable operators to detect underground utilities, particularly non-conductive pipes and ducts, using high-frequency Radar. When locating underground utilities, GPR can be a valuable complement to electromagnetic cable and pipe locators.

GPR allows users to create depth slices and review their locate path on screen while on site, and selectively enhance shallow/small, medium depth/size, or deep/large targets using the proprietary  technology.

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As one of the most affordable GPR utility locating tools in the market today, the LMX100 completes the locator’s toolbox, offering a more complete picture of the underground infrastructure. With a simple, easy-to-use interface it also offers the perfect balance of depth penetration and high resolution for accurate locating.


The LMX® family is a non-destructive Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) that can locate utilities that cannot be located using traditional methods (e.g. plastic pipes or utilities that contain broken tracer wires).


Conquest 100 Concrete Scanner allows you to get rapid, reliable results and reduce the need for destructive testing. It is a light, portable device that provides a fast, non-invasive method to gain accurate insights of objects below the concrete surface, even on a curved surface or column.

Conquest® 100 GPR increases safety by detecting rebar, post-tension cables, metallic and non-metallic conduits as well as current-carrying wires embedded in concrete. Once your concrete scan is complete, the system allows you to e-mail information directly from the field in the form of a Wi-Fi mini-report. With the Conquest® 100 Enhanced, you also have the option to add the powerful optional EKKO_Project™ Software to view your data and make client-ready reports in minutes once back in the office.



pulseEKKO GPR systems provide unparalleled performance with a wide-range of frequencies for applications ranging from deep mineral exploration and glaciology to high-resolution geotechnical investigations and concrete imaging.

  • Geological stratigraphy: Profile subsurface stratigraphy, structure and the bedrock surface

  • Mining & Quarrying: Detect changes in rock type, fractures, faults and joints for safety and resource development in underground mines

  • Geotechnical & Environmental: Map depth to bedrock, detect sinkholes, locate underground storage tanks (USTs) as well as septic systems, drainage systems on golf courses and farms

  • Forensics & Archaeology: Law enforcement uncover buried caches of drugs, money, weapons and clandestine graves. Archaeologists image underground artifacts, tombs and the foundations of ancient structures

  • Glaciology, Ice & Snow: Measure the thicknesses and image the internal structure of glaciers and ice sheets for polar ice-cap and climate change research. Measure snow depth for water resource management and ice thickness for ice road safety.

  • Structure assessment: Assess the interior of concrete and pavement for asset management and maintenance planning



Continuous, real-time ice thickness measurements to ensure safety on winter ice roads.

Winter ice roads and bridges are a common transportation link in the northern regions. The Sensors & Software IceMap GPR system is designed to measure the ice thickness on these temporary, yet vital, links and ensure the safety of travelers using these icy roads and bridges.

The GPR-based ice thickness sensor is housed in a toboggan that is towed across the ice surface behind a truck or snowmobile. The ice thickness data is sent wirelessly from the sensor to the operator’s computer and displayed in real-time as a cross-sectional image.

The current ice thickness under the sensor is displayed numerically and graphically. As well, the minimum and maximum ice depth values for the current line are displayed. An alarm sounds when the ice drops below the user-defined minimum ice thickness value.

Rapid data acquisition enables the unit to be towed at speeds up to 80 km per hour. Low power requirements make it possible for a 12V battery to power the system.


SPIDAR Multi-channel GPR

The SPIDAR® family of GPRs enable networking of multiple channels and multiple frequencies for a wide variety of applications. SPIDAR® allows Noggin and pulseEKKO GPR units to be interconnected providing a fully customizable multi-channel GPR platform.

The latest generation of SPIDAR® simplifies the hardware required to connect the GPRs and provides new functionality that enhances data collection and flexibility of the system. The newest generation of SPIDAR® NICs (Network Interface Controllers) enable:

Three new NICs (Network Interface Controllers) to network GPR systems together are now available.

  • Full Wi-Fi enabled data collection – meaning no cables are required between the GPR and the control device (ethernet cables can be used instead of Wi-Fi if desired)

  • Use any device with Wi-Fi (or ethernet) and a compatible browser to control the GPR and view data collection

  • All data is stored directly on the NIC so no data collection or data loss occurs if the connection to the control device is interrupted

  • Advanced timing control to ensure no interference between GPR systems

  • No reduction in speed when running two channels compared to running a single channel

  • Daisy-chain NICs to run any number of GPR systems simultaneously; build multi-frequency or multi-channel array systems

  • Supports odometer input for triggering & positioning and optional external GPS

  • Data can be downloaded via ethernet cable, Wi-Fi or USB

The SPIDAR® architecture provides you the flexibility to build any GPR configuration that you need for your project.


The LMX200 provides unprecedented insights and target confidence to detect traditionally non-locatable subsurface features such as:

  • Non-metallic pipes, including PVC and asbestos cement

  • Underground Electrical Cable

  • Concrete storm and sewer systems

  • Utilities where installed tracer wiring has failed

  • Underground storage tanks and drainage tiles

  • Septic system components

  • Non-utility structures such as vaults, foundation walls and concrete pads



Adaptable, proven GPR for any application


Available in four center frequencies and five standard configurations, NOGGIN systems can collect data in any environment for any application. NOGGIN spans the depths and resolutions required for subsurface investigations. Choose the combination of center frequency and configuration best suited to your application and terrain.



FINDAR uses ground penetrating radar (GPR) technology to enable law enforcement to quickly and effectively search for evidence buried under the ground.


The advantage of GPR compared to other commonly-used subsurface search technologies, such as metal detectors, is its ability to detect both metallic and non-metallic objects. FINDAR can locate:

  • Clandestine graves

  • Drugs or money buried in metal or plastic containers

  • Buried weapons and ammunition stashes

Benefits of FINDAR

  • Locate evidence in real time

  • Convenient and intuitive to use with minimal training

  • Locate buried evidence on a variety of terrains and make decisions on-site.

  • The intuitive user interface guides investigators through a systematic grid search

  • Generate 3D images on-site in seconds pinpointing the position and depth of potential evidence

  • Compact and portable system that fits into a single hand-carried shipping case.

  • Transfer screenshot images to a PC and integrate images into your reports.

  • Export GPR data to a PC to post process in the optional EKKO_Project™ Software to visualize, understand and report your findings.

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Find Buried Survivors In Minutes.

Rescue Radar is designed for rapid deployment by Search & Rescue teams all around the world to quickly find survivors trapped beneath the surface.
Determining the presence of life is of utmost importance following a disaster and Search & Rescue teams need to rapidly assess where to focus their resources in the initial hours following the catastrophe.
By making use of our patented ultra-wide bandwidth (UWB) antenna technology the Rescue Radar™ is able to detect movement and immobile victims below the surface.

Rescue Radar™ System comes standard with a:

  • Rescue Radar™ Sensor

  • Rugged Field Tablet

  • Rechargeable Battery

  • Rugged Transport Case

  • User Manual


EKKO Project GPR Software

EKKO_Project is the all-inclusive software solution for managing, displaying, processing and interpreting GPR data.

EKKO_Project makes powerful GPR data analysis simple.

With EKKO_Project you spend less time organizing, editing and processing your GPR data, giving you more time to interpret and extract valuable insights.

With intuitive data visualization tools, you can view your data from different perspectives to gain a deeper understanding, and then quickly and easily produce impressive reports to share your findings.

EKKO_Project is a must for anyone using Sensors & Software GPR systems.

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High Resolution Ground Penetrating Radar for forensics and utility locating applications

LMX150™ FINDAR® GPR complements traditional pipe and cable locators and allows you to locate targets below the surface.

  • Metal utilities, including pipes and cables

  • Non-metallic pipes, including PVC and asbestos cement

  • Concrete storm and sewer systems

  • Utilities where installed tracer wiring has failed

  • Underground storage tanks and drainage tiles

  • Septic system components

  • Fiber optic cables

  • Non-utility structures such as vaults, foundation walls and concrete pads.

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