GSSI Will Showcase and Demonstrate GPR Equipment and Honor GSSI Student Grant Winners at AGU Fall Meeting

Dec. 16, 2016
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GSSI, the world’s leading manufacturer of ground penetrating radar (GPR) equipment, announces it will be highlighting its new 350 HS Antenna with HyperStacking™ technology and SIR® 4000 GPR control unit at the American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting, which will be held December 12-16, 2016, in San Francisco, CA. GSSI will also showcase research findings made by the winners of the GSSI Student Grant. The yearly grant funded by GSSI includes a cash award of up to $2,000 to student members of AGU’s Near-Surface Geophysics Focus Group, and use of equipment for field geophysical research using GPR and electromagnetic methods.

The new 350 HS Antenna on display greatly improves the depth and data resolution performance of traditional real time sampling technologies. The 350 HS is designed for use with new digital HyperStacking™ technology, which allows users to see deeper targets and operate in conditions considered too “noisy” for conventional systems. Easily configurable, the 350 HS antenna is ideal for archaeology, geophysics, and utility locating applications.

Also to be showcased is the SIR 4000 GPR control unit, which is designed to bridge the legacy of traditional GSSI analog antennas with next-generation of digital offerings. The SIR 4000 GPR control unit supports beginner to advanced users in numerous applications. It offers unique collection modules, including Quick 3D, UtilityScan, StructureScan, and Expert Mode for efficient data collection and visualization. SIR 4000 also incorporates advanced display methods and filtering capabilities for ‘in-the-field’ processing and imaging. Fully integrated, the SIR 4000 provides a 10.4 inch high definition LED display, a simple user interface, and plug-and-play GPS integration.

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GSSI will also honor the winners of the annual GSSI Student Grant.  Student winners publish findings made with the equipment and present their findings at AGU’s Fall Meeting. “We are so pleased to be able to support student members of AGU’s Near Surface Geophysics Focus Group with opportunities to advance their research and field work,” said Paul Fowler, VP Sales and Marketing. “Offering recognition and financial support is a great way to advance the field and train the next generation of GPR practitioners.”