GPRS Scans Open Field in Indianapolis, Indiana
When an environmental group needed to know what areas of an open field could contain large metal objects in Indianapolis, Indiana they called GPRS, Inc. to locate any that might exist. GPRS used ground penetrating radar to locate any possible objects underground. The results were marked directly onto the surface and were then flagged so the environmental group could remove the objects. For projects in Indianapolis and surrounding areas, contact Nate Kollar (317-504-1068) or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nate Kollar using a 400 MHz to locate possible metal underground. This antenna is used in utility locating, void detection and UST detection.