GPR Data Processing
MALA GPR Australia is here to help you get more out of your data! Constant interaction with 2D and 3D GPR data makes processing by MALA the perfect tool for your company. MALA GPR Australia can process your GPR data or assist in teaching you how to process your own. Many users only locate and mark anomalies leaving all interpretations on the ground, this makes it hard for a client to relocate or utilise this data in any other way.
Processing and mapping of data will enable you to fully utilise your instrument, provide a more professional result and enable you create reports post acquisition. Utilisation of inbuilt or external GPS while acquiring data in addition to post processing will allow presentation of results linked to Google Maps.
MALÅ Object Mapper is an easy-to-use visualisation software that is developed for processing, analysis and interpretation of Ground Penetrating Radar data acquired by MALÅ GPR systems.
The software supports both Object Mapper GPS projects and baseline projects. A GPS project utilises positioning coordinates from a GPS receiver and a baseline project acquires coordinate points with reference to a physical baseline drawn up at site. Object Mapper works with two main windows, one Data View and one Site Map.
If GPS positioning data is available and if connected to the internet, the Site Map will also include a Google map image of the project and the positions of the data profiles.
The handling and interpretation work is straight-forward and simple. Select a colour-marker from the Data View window and identify each object in every parallel GPR profile. The Site Map will then help answering if the markers line up in a probable way. Interpreted results can be exported to CAD/GIS software through DXF.
Not ready for the move to Post Processing however still keen to write reports?
Check out the easy to use, professional, on site reporting application called ON-SITE REPORT!
Onsite is a dedicated reporting solution for concrete cutting and GPR scanning. With flexible templates and billing management you can deliver professional onsite reports AND provide for improved cash-flow at the same time.
GPR typically is used for above ground applications and generally is not believed to work well in wet conditions. This is typically correct as water can increase host material conductivity and in turn reduce GPR resolution, depth penetration and therefore any success. Saline sea water is definitely a material to avoid with GPR due to the high conductivity. However, GPR can be used in specific freshwater applications, most notably freshwater lake bed profiling.
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