GRED is an advanced processing software specifically designed for the easy and efficient 3D interpretation of IDS GPR data. It includes special tools which allows an easy and fast interpretation of a road’s structure, such as
- automatic or manual layers insertion
- core sample insertion for data calibration and thickness confirmation
- 2D and 3D tomography for an immediate visualization of buried objects (e.g.: buried pipes and utilities, cavities etc.).
GRED’s windows clearly show radar maps, different road layers, core samples and underground anomalies.
The GRED processing software allows simultaneous viewing of different radar maps and enables the sections to scroll automatically. The software can identify the various layers using both automatic and manual procedures, defining the layer thickness which can be verified and confirmed by inserting core samples.
IDS radar data is compatible with the RoadDoctor software supplied by Roadscanners and with GPRSlice.
The GPR data can be saved together with a GPS file to match a radar scan with absolute coordinates. The GPS positions can be easily loaded onto software such as Google Earth.
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July 20 2018 17:06:25
When is a ground penetrating radar beneficial in locating of underground pipes & cable utilities ?
The task of Locating underground utilities can be bifurcated into two deliverable:
1.Detection of underground utilities
2.Mapping of underground utilities
If we take“a”this can be further subdivided into:
1. Detection of metallic cables & pipes, whether energized current carrying utilities or non energized utilities such as signaling cables, metallic pipes etc.
2. Detection of DI pipes, metallic manholes etc.
3. Non metallic HDPE telecom pipes, fiberglass manholes, etc.
Underground cable & pipe utility locating requires the use a combination of various equipment’s and techniques which need to be chosen based on desired deliverables and then correctly employed to obtain the desired results.
If the answer is “i”, an operator with basic training on usage of the ever dependable CSCOPE DXL2 Cable avoidance tool or CAT33XD Cable avoidance tool, can do the job blindfolded.
If the answer is “ii”, an additional metal detector &/or magnetic locator is required.
If the answer is “iii”. The use of a