Non-real time (computer-assisted) surface detection with multiple sensors makes it possible to scan large parts of your project locations in a relatively short time up to a depth of approximately 4.5m below the ground.
The data is digitally stored, edited with a computer program and visualised in a drawing. The final data can be presented in various ways, including AutoCad, Microstation and GIS (with various backgrounds).
The data are interpreted and evaluated by our Senior UXO-experts . They effectively filter the information and indicate where possibly explosive material is lying in the soil. The suspicious objects are plotted based on GPS coordinates and subsequently removed.