Groundradar and technology partners Utsi Electronics of Cambridge, UK have won a large contract for the research and development of a long-range GPR system for underground coal applications. The system, expected to be developed over the next 12 months, will be able to image geology and abandoned tunnels from both the surface as well as in-seam to distances of 60 m in suitable coal. The new technology will be highly portable and intrinsically safe. More details on this new technology will be available on groundradar.com during the coming months.
Groundradar has launched its new website, designed to allow faster access to important information and data. The map on the Home page lists upcoming project locations, a allowing our clients to better schedule UltraGPR profiles. In addition, news entries will be updated frequently, and the latest data samples and brochures will be available in English, Portuguese and Spanish under Resources.
During January and February 2009, Groundradar Inc staff will be conducting surveys in Cuba, Jamaica, Guyana, Brazil, Chile, Ireland, Libya, India, Indonesian, Papua New Guinea, Tanzania and Oman.