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A field test about the 'Rover UC' metal detector and 3d ground scanner written by Andy Sabisch in the 'Lost Treasure' magazine.
The Rover UC undercover metal detector is controlled by a Android smart phone with full 3D graphics and metal discrimination.
The 3d metal detectors of the Rover Series are not only simple metal detectors with audio output. Furthermore it is possible to create excellent three-dimensional graphics of the scanned underground.
An OKM customer detected very beautiful, ancient coins with his OKM Rover UC metal detector in Tunisia.
An ambitious treasure hunter found an ancient silver ingot in China with his OKM Rover UC. With his powerful 3D detector he located the valuable target in 5 meters depth. The object is a 500 year old sycee which was a former currency used in China since the 3rd century BC until the 20th century AD.
The MDR television channel created a short documentary about our company, which is one of the worlds leading manufacturers of metal detectors and geophysical measuring instruments.
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.
The long range gold detector Bionic 01 and the undercover metal detector Rover UC, a 3d ground scanner controlled by an Android Smart Phone, have been used by Iranian treasure hunters from Kermanshah to locate a golden miniature rhyton, some oil lamps as well as several ancient coins from the Persian Empire.
About 300 pieces of these valuable precious coins have been found by a lucky Iranian treasure hunter. The coins have been located near Zanjan, about 300 km from Tehran, Iran. The Rover UC gold detector detected this hoard of coins in a depth of approx. 4.70 m under the ground.
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