3D-Radar develops and supplies sophisticated but easy-to-use software for all phases of 3D GPR data collection and data post-processing. 

GeoScopeTM GPR Control and Operation Software

To control the GeoScope GPR during data collection, 3D-Radar supplies an easy-to-use, browser-based  interface  for system configuration and operation. Live views of data being captured allow users to quickly see the effects of configuration parameters. Markers can be inserted to highlight special features in the data.


Figure 1. Example of the control software during data collection

Examiner – Comprehensive Data Processing and Visualization Suite

Once collected, Examiner is utilized to process the collected and optimize the collected data, identify subsurface artifacts, and then visualize the data in the appropriate format.  Data can be merged with satellite imagery, .dxf, or popular mapping programs.



Figure 2. Processed archaeological data in Examiner with satellite imagery overlay

Additional information about Examiner can be found here.

Third-Party Software

3D GPR data processed by Examiner can be easily exported for use with popular third-party geophysical software packages.


  • Ground Penetrating Radar

    Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) uses electromagnetic waves to map structures and objects below the ground surface. The radar waves from the antenna are reflected by interface layers inside the soil or by buried metal objects. In general GPR works well in sand/gravel and dry soil conditions with low soil conductivity but can not penetrate high conductivity materials such as clay and salt water.

  • 3d-Radar GPR

    3d-Radar uses antenna arrays for efficient data acquisition over large surfaces. This enables the user to create 3-dimensional images of the subsurface objects.

  • 3d-Radar Technology

    3d-Radar has pioneered the next generation GPR systems by introducing step-frequency technology in combination with unique antenna arrays.