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Testing the Compressive Strength of Concrete with Rebound Technology

Construction company, Oriental Structural Engineers needed to check the compressive strength of concrete for the Badshahpur-Sohna Road Project. See how the team achieved accurate and efficient results in under one hour using Rebound

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Quick Detection of Congested Power Conduits With GPR Array

How to quickly and accurately detect congested power conduits that are buried under concrete? See how First Rate Plumbing used a GPR array to scan the site and instantly create 3D models of the power conduits and all other elements with a ´Superline´ view of the subsurface.

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Dynamic Testing of Road Markings for Optimum Safety

Road marking testing is a crucial process for ensuring road safety. See how dynamic testing of road markings can achieve accurate and efficient results, without disrupting traffic or putting inspectors at risk on busy

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Accurately Locating Subsurface Utilities in Wet Ground Conditions

In bad soil conditions or heavy rainfall, the ground is wet and soggy with the dielectric value at very high levels, making GPR investigations more challenging. See how

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The Fastest Way to Scan Large Concrete Walls Before Drilling 

Locating the right spots before drilling into concrete walls is critical, especially when there is water trapped inside. See how

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Digital Periodic Structural Inspection (PSI) for Higher Efficiency

Periodic Structural Inspections (PSI) ensure that buildings are properly maintained and safe for its intended use and occupation. See how Demaco Consultants complete productive structural inspections with all the data efficiently captured, tracked, and

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Condition Assessment of the Tallest and Most Famous Cathedral in Croatia

To conserve the largest and most famous cathedral in Croatia, the University of Zagreb was asked to assess the interior and exterior condition of the structure. See how they were able to 'see' inside the pillars, walls and floors with ultra clear, 3D visualizations and augmented