GSSI, the world’s leading manufacturer of ground penetrating radar (GPR) equipment, highlights the 200 MHz (200 HS) antenna, part of the GS Series, GSSI’s next-generation family of high-performance antennas targeting applications that require deeper penetration depths. The GS Series is ideal for geophysical, geotechnical, or environmental applications that require high reliability under challenging survey conditions, including water table mapping, bedrock profiling, bathymetry, and sinkhole areas, as well as stratigraphy, deeper utility detection, and archaeological investigations. This rugged digital wireless low frequency system features a 200 MHz center frequency and uses GSSI’s proprietary HyperStacking technology, which improves signal to noise performance and increases depth penetration under all soil conditions. With HyperStacking, the 200 HS antenna provides clearer data, from superficial features to deeper characteristics, and can achieve nearly double the depth penetration of conventional GPR antenna designs. Users can identify geophysical characteristics easily with the wireless 200 HS and HS Module, which incorporates system electronics, an internal GPS, and connectivity ports in an IP-65 rated water-resistant housing that withstands dust.
GSSI, the world’s leading manufacturer of ground penetrating radar (GPR) equipment, announces the new PaveScan® Mix Design Module (MDM), which transform’s GSSI’s industry-leading PaveScan® RDM system into a powerful new quality control tool for asphalt density assessment. By helping to avoid premature road failures such as raveling, cracking and deterioration along poorly compacted joints, PaveScan technology builds better quality longer lasting roads. PaveScan MDM is sensitive to subtle changes in aggregate, mix, and moisture, and can be used to immediately alert paving contractors to inadvertent changes in the aggregate mix.