GeoReader - one radarogram processing

GPR data processing unit «GeoReader» is designed to work directly with the GPR profile

List of functions:

  1. data import and radarogram editing
  2. export of results of radarogram interpretation to CAD and GIS
  3. work with trajectory
  4. finding layer boundaries
  5. borehole model creation
  6. automatic determination of the thickness of asphalt concrete without drilling
  7. creating the layers model
  8. attribute analysis
  9. joint analysis of GPR data and other diagnostic systems, including Falling Weight Deflectometer (FWD) etc.

GeoReader automatic definition of road layers boundaries

The GeoReader module allows you to edit radarograms, apply various processing procedures to them, apply such elements to the profile as layer boundaries, control drilling sites, zones of local heterogeneities

borehole model creation

The module for processing one radarogram of the GeoReader Software allows you to justify the location of future borehole and pits with reference to a GPR profile, set properties and attributes of layers based on them, automatically calculate the thickness of a package of asphalt concrete layers using the amplitude method without drilling, import a GPR trajectory from external devices, export it to a Google Map Earth. The results of the interpretation of radarograms can be uploaded from the GeoReader in the project coordinate system in *.csv, *.shp, *.dxf formats to such software packages as Autodesk AutoCAD, Bentley Microstation, ESRI ArcGIS, QGis and similar

The module for processing one radarogram of the GeoReader Software has additional plugins for calling applications for autosearching layer boundaries and structural anomalies, for joint analysis of GPR-data and other diagnostic systems, incl. Falling Weight Deflectometer (FWD)

GeoReader supports 8 (eight) different data formats of Russian and foreign GPR-equipment (ground penetrating radar) - source data imported from these DATA formats:

  • TXT for Krot software (LOZA GPR)
  • GPR and GPR2 (for GPR OKO series)
  • DZT (for GSSI GPR)
  • RD3 (for MALA GPR)
  • DT1 (for Sensors & Software GPR)
  • TRZ (for the "GRT-XX" Terrazond GPR)
  • SGY (universal seismic data format, incl. GPR data ZOND)

The work of different algorithms autosearch boundaries presented in this video-clip: