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The Bionic X4 gold long range detector uses an Android Smart Phone for display and is used to find gold in far distances.
The Rover UC undercover metal detector is controlled by a Android smart phone with full 3D graphics and metal discrimination.
Geoelectrical water detector and cavity detector for resistivity measurements up to 250 m depth. With this detector you can locate underground water resources, hidden water streams or other water deposits.
The Gepard GPR is a flexible ground penetrating radar for underground anomaly detection.
Our 3D software is designed in that way, that even less experienced users can work with it. Often it is not sufficient to know that an hidden object has been located. For further plans to recover these objects the determination of the exact position and depth is necessary - no problem with our software.
This video utilizes the Free App of the Rover UC from Google Play. It shows and demonstrates all the software functions.
Introduced by an amusing story, the features of the new Rover UC metal detector will be demonstrated. In combination with an Android smart phone, different underground artifacts and objects may be detected and visualized in amazing 3D graphics.
Some of our 3d ground scanners and metal detectors utilizing software applications that can be used on Android Smartphones and Tablet PCs. Those apps are used as graphical user interface, data renderer and visual controller for OKM metal detectors, 3d ground scanners or ground penetrating radars. If you know how to operate a Smartphone or Tablet, controlling our detectors is as easy as ABC.
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.
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