GSSI Showcases Its Latest GPR Technology at PWX 2022

Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc, (GSSI) will be attending the American Public Works Association's Public Works Expo (PWX) 2022.

Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc, (GSSI) will be attending the American Public Works Association's Public Works Expo (PWX) 2022. This show will be at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, NC August 28-31. In booth 2062, GSSI will have the UtilityScan┬« GPR System and the StructureScan™ Mini XT GPR system available for demonstrations.


The UtilityScan® makes locating and marking the depth of underground utilities in real-time in the field easier. With real-time target mapping, advanced scanning and identification capabilities, the rugged and flexible UtilityScan helps utility locating professionals accelerate their workflow from target detection to reporting. UtilityScan is ideal for marking the location and depth of subsurface utilities, including gas, sewer, and communication lines. Real-time target mapping features include a new Map Mode that allows users to trace their steps and gain a bird's-eye view of their survey. The rugged, flexible system is rated IP65, with durable components tested to withstand the most challenging survey environments including rain, dust, and extreme cold down.

The StructureScan™ Mini XT is the tool built to handle all your concrete job site needs. This system is ideal for concrete inspection and evaluation. Easily and accurately locate the position and depth of metallic and non-metallic objects in concrete structures, including rebar, conduit, post-tension cables, pan decking, voids and service utilities. Reduce safety risks, financial exposure, and costly delays and provide the full-range of services to your customers by adding this concrete scanner to your toolbox.

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About GSSI:

Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc. is the world leader in the development, manufacture, and sale of ground penetrating radar (GPR) equipment, primarily for the concrete inspection, utility mapping and locating, road and bridge deck evaluation, geophysics, and archaeology markets. Our equipment is used all over the world to explore the subsurface of the earth and to inspect infrastructure systems non-destructively. GSSI created the first commercial GPR system over 50 years ago and continues to provide the widest range and highest quality GPR equipment available today.

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