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Ground radar uncovers graves at historic African-American cemetery

Ground radar uncovers graves at historic African-American cemetery

In September, the Daughters of Zion Cemetery in Charlottesville went through a ground penetrating radar survey.

Through the survey, archaeologists hoped to discover some of the unknown history in the once-forgotten grave site.

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City works to restore African-American cemetery with GPR

City works to restore African-American cemetery with GPR

The city of Charlottesville is restoring a historic African-American cemetery with Ground Penetrating Radar.

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Holocaust Escape Tunnel found

A team of archaeologists and mapmakers say they have uncovered a forgotten tunnel that 80 Jews dug largely by hand as they tried to escape from a Nazi extermination site in Lithuania about 70 years ago. Using radar and radio waves to scan beneath the ground, the researchers found the tunnel, a 100-foot passageway between five and nine feet below the surface, the team announced on Wednesday.

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Rescuers using rescue radar in the Taiwan earthquake

February, 2016 Rescue Radar used in Taiwan Earthquake

Rescue Radar is a GPR system that allows rescuers to locate victims trapped under collapsed structures. We are honoured that our products are being used in the rescue effort after the recent earthquake in Taiwan. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those affected by this disaster.

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January 14, 2016 -DOT employs innovation and technology to improve ice road construction

In an effort to continuously improve safety and increase the efficiency of ice road construction in the Northwest Territories, the Department of Transportation (DOT) hosted an ice profiling workshop in Yellowknife on January 11 and 12.

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