Оборудование — ГЕОРАДАР

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) Interferometric Radar
utility mapping and detection
Detector_Duo_ombra Hi_Mood_ombra Stream_EM_ombra
Detector Duo RIS MF Hi-Mod Stream EM
mining
Ris_One_Plus_ombra Ibis_FM_ombra Ibis_FMT_ombra FPM360_ombra
RIS One & RIS Plus IBIS-FM IBIS-FMT FPM360
civil engineering
Ris_One_Plus_ombra Hi_Bright_ombra Alladdin_low_ombra Ibis_FS_ombra Ibis_FL_ombra
RIS One & RIS Plus RIS Hi-BrigHT Aladdin IBIS-FS IBIS-FL
transport
Hi_Pave_ombra SRS_ombra Ibis_FS_ombra Ibis_FL_ombra
RIS Hi-Pave SafeRailSystem IBIS-FS IBIS-FL
geology and environment
Ris_One_Plus_ombra Stream_x_low_ombra Ibis_FL_ombra
RIS One & RIS Plus Stream X IBIS-FL
archeology
Ris_One_Plus_ombra Hi_Mood_ombra Stream_x_low_ombra Ibis_FS_ombra Ibis_FL_ombra
RIS One & RIS Plus RIS MF Hi-Mod Stream X IBIS-FS IBIS-FL
forensic & public security
Ris_One_Plus_ombra Hi_Mood_ombra Alladdin_low_ombra
RIS One & RIS Plus RIS MF Hi-Mod Aladdin

1. Ground Penetrating Radar — GPR

The IDS solutions for GPR are developed for near surface high-resolution subsurface investigations of the earth. Ground Penetrating Radar uses radio wave reflections (frequency from 25 MHz to 3,000 MHz) to collect information of underground or within a structure such as buried pipes, underground cavities, subsurface cracks, voids and layer thicknesses.

tec_geo_webWhy GPR Technology?
— GPR technology can locate any pipes / structures / objects: metallic and non-metallic (PVC, concrete, etc.)
— GPR is non-destructive and non-invasive, revealing a wealth of internal detail without the need for coring or breaking out reducing associated risks and costs;
— GPR complements the surface inspection with a documentable and precise (quantitatively interpretable) image of the underground.
IDS evolved the concept of standard ground penetrating radar introducing the concept of multi-frequency, multi-channel ground penetrating systems.

Why use an array of antennas?
— High Quality: the close spacing of the antennas enable an accurate and homogenous 3D reconstruction of the subsurface giving to the user the ability to see shape and size of buried objects.
— Productivity: using more antennas combined with positioning system can save time in the field; to accurately reconstruct the path of the underground in complex situations;
— Safety: array solution can be towed by vehicles, no need of time consuming and dangerous field surveys on roads.

IDS GPR Products Offering: Aladdin, Detector Duo, RIS Hi-BrigHT, RIS Hi-Pave, RIS MF Hi-Mod, RIS One & RIS Plus, SRS SafeRailSystem, Stream EM, Stream X.

2. Interferometric Radar

tec inter webMonitoring structure movements and vibrations (bridges, buildings, dams, historical monuments, towers etc.) and ground movements (mine walls, landslides, glaciers, land subsidience…) is an increasingly important task for today’s construction and geotechnical engineers.tec_inter_web
IDS Interferometric Radar Solutions are developed to make it easy.
IDS Interferometric radar solutions, embodied by the IBIS range of products, provide innovative and unique solutions for remote, long range, continuous real-time inspection of the above mentioned areas, spanning from structures to geological environments, by measuring the phase difference of reflected waves to provide a detailed image of all displacements.
Remote sensing, displacement accuracy, real-time one-dimensional simultaneous mapping of all displacement detected on the structure, fast installation and operation, are the strong points of the IDS offering.

IDS Interferometric Radar Products Offering: IBIS-FS, IBIS-FL, IBIS-FM, IBIS-FMT, FPM360.

3. Through Wall Radar

By simply placing the through-wall radar against a wall, the device will detect the location and movement of people that are inside the room. With a 3D graphical interface, and a range of 20 meters, this easy to use device can be used to help save lives. Targeted at military or special forces that encounter high risk and hostile situations – the knowledge provided by the through-wall radar can help them accurately judge what’s going on inside a closed building. By knowing where their enemies are hiding, they will be able to avoid walking into any ambushes and they can look for unguarded entry points into a building.