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After successfully developing our ground penetrating radar Gepard GPR with telescopic antennas and 2d scan graphics, it was time to make it even better. Now it utilizes triangular antennas to penetrate the underground in a more efficient way. Furthermore it can create a 3d model of the underground objects.
In this video you will learn basic information about the functionality of the Gepard GPR ground penetrating radar as well as its potential applications.
In this film we are introducing our new Gepard GPR, a flexible ground penetrating radar, and its unique Android software application.
The Gepard GPR is a flexible ground penetrating radar for underground anomaly detection.
The Mounting Kit for the Power Pack is a very useful utility for carrying the OKM metal detector Power Pack. Mount the Power Pack to the telescopic rod of your 3D ground scanner, ground penetrating radar or directly on a battery belt for your body.
Well, that depends on what you want to find in the ground. One of the first questions we will ask you is "What are you looking for?" Based on the answer to this question, we from OKM can recommend an appropriate metal detector, 3D ground scanner, gold detector or ground radar. This article provides a first overview of our detecting devices and geophysical detectors.
Our water detectors utilizing geoelectrical measurement methods to locate underground water resources like fresh water, drinking water or ground water level. By measuring the ground resistivity the water detectors can calculate if potential water resources are located beneath the earth's surface.
In 2014 the team of OKM Emirates FZE (UAE) and its local business partners from GDI - Geological Detection and Imaging (Lebanon) tested the recently announced cavity and water detector GeoSeeker. Supported by an former adviser of the geological department in Lebanon several practical tests were performed in the mountain area of Beirut. In heavy mineralized rocky soil the team was able to detect underground water deposits in a depth of 70 - 90 meters.
This video shows a comprehensive introduction to the eXp 4500 ground scanner, which has been developed for treasure hunters, gold seekers, prospectors and archaeologists to find hidden treasures, natural gold, underground chambers, ancient artifacts, historical items and such.
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