ImpulseRadar Opens New North American Subsidiary Office

ImpulseRadar USA Inc.

ImpulseRadar is pleased to announce the opening of ImpulseRadar USA Inc., a new wholly owned subsidiary office located in Charleston, South Carolina, USA. Consistent with the company’s international expansion strategy, this new office will strengthen the presence of ImpulseRadar in North America by providing its customer base with a single location for sales, service and support.

“In conjunction with the opening of this new site, I am also delighted to announce the appointment of Matthew J. Wolf, as President of ImpulseRadar USA Inc.,” says Tommy Leijon, owner and CEO of ImpulseRadar. “Matt has more than twenty years’ experience in the GPR industry and has been instrumental in advancing this technology within several market segments across the Americas. Matt is a great addition to our team, and having worked together previously, I know he will be successful in driving our growth in this region.”

Matt joins ImpulseRadar from GEL Solutions LLC, located in Charleston, South Carolina, where he was Chief Technology Officer and directly involved with the deployment and practical application of the ImpulseRadar Raptor® solution for subsurface investigations. “I am truly excited to be joining one of the World’s fastest growing GPR technology companies and to be working with such a reputable and talented team”, comments Matt. “The ImpulseRadar product line, particularly Raptor®, will mainstream the rapidly evolving 3D workflow for underground investigations globally, and I look forward to the challenge of helping make that happen.” 

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ImpulseRadar launches new system for collecting enhanced 2D subsurface information

Sweden based specialists in GPR release new dual-channel 2D GPR solution.

ImpulseRadar, a Swedish start-up manufacturing Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) equipment, announces the launch of CrossOver®, a new dual-channel 2D GPR solution. The CrossOver® CO4080 antenna is the first in a series of CrossOver® antennas that the company has developed using state-of-the-art Real-Time Sampling (RTS) technology.

CrossOver® antennas will enable quicker surveys with improved performance using two channels with ultra-wide band frequencies. The extra-large bandwidth offers exceptional dynamic range for maximum signal penetration, data clarity and quality.

“RTS-based GPR antennas have already proven their effectiveness, even against conventional dual-frequency designs,” says Tommy Leijon, owner and CEO of ImpulseRadar. “given the market interest in dual-frequency systems, it was an obvious choice for us to develop our new RTS-based platform as a dual-channel concept.

Headquartered in Malå, Sweden, the company was formed in 2015 by a group of experienced business professionals from the GPR industry to develop and supply a new range of GPR equipment. GPR is routinely used to obtain information about what lies beneath the earth’s surface by non-destructively detecting and mapping natural geological features and buried man-made infrastructure such as utility lines. GPR also proves valuable for investigations of other man-made infrastructure such as bridges, buildings, roads, runways, and more.

Bernth Johansson, CTO of ImpulseRadar comments further, “our dual-channel approach takes the performance improvements of our RTS-based design to another level. Combined with the flexibility of our platform and CrossOver® is more than dual-frequency.”

Learn more at: http://www.impulseradar.se/products/crossover/

ImpulseRadar launches new system for collecting 3D subsurface information at high speed

Sweden based specialists in GPR releases new 3D GPR array antenna.

ImpulseRadar, a Swedish start-up manufacturing Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) equipment, announces the launch of Raptor®, a new 3D GPR array solution. Raptor® is the first in a range of products that the company has developed using state-of-the-art Real-Time Sampling (RTS) technology.

Raptor® enables very fast collection of 3D GPR data at speeds more than 130 km/hr. @ 5 cm point intervals. Conventional systems typically operate at no more than 30 km/hr., with the same settings. The unique design allows antennas to be configured quickly, easily and expanded as needed up to 18-channels, allowing large areas or long distances to be surveyed swiftly and efficiently.

“Over the years, I received many enquiries regarding GPR technology developments and how to make the collection of large amounts of data more efficient,” says Tommy Leijon, owner and CEO of ImpulseRadar. “There appeared to be a gap in the market, so I assembled a talented team to research this further and develop a workable solution, the result of which is Raptor®.

Headquartered in Malå, Sweden, the company was formed in 2015 by a group of experienced business professionals from the GPR industry to develop and supply a new range of GPR equipment. GPR is routinely used to obtain information about what lies beneath the earth’s surface by non-destructively detecting and mapping natural geological features and buried man-made infrastructure such as utility lines. GPR also proves valuable for investigations of other man-made infrastructure such as bridges, buildings, roads, runways, and more.

Bernth Johansson, CTO of ImpulseRadar explains, “recent advances in modern electronics enable us to leverage RTS in our array antenna design, which previously was not possible. Field trial results are impressive making Raptor® arguably the best 3D GPR Array available today.”

Learn more at: http://www.impulseradar.se/products/raptor/