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Operator deploying GPR at a damaged building site to locate people

Buried victim search & rescue

When disaster strikes and people are buried alive, search and rescue teams need to be readily deployed with simple-to-use search techniques. Teams commonly employ audible detection of victims’ cries for help, trained sniffer dogs and even cell phones. More recently, remote sensing technologies are starting to emerge. This case study examines the use of customized GPR technology to locate buried victims in an experimental facility

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Rescue Radar GPR Specifications

Specifications Values
Rescue Radar GPR Sensor Size 530 × 325 × 325 mm (20.9 × 12.8 × 12.8 in)
Rescue Radar GPR Sensor Weight 7.9 kg (17.4 lbs)
GPR weight with battery/charger/laptop 12.9 kg (28.4 lbs)
Battery life(fully charged) 4 to 8 hours
Depth range (material dependent) Selectable 2, 4, 6, 10, 20, 30 meters
Material Selectable air, snow, rubble, soil
Rescue Radar GPR operation temperature −40 to 50℃
Cycle Time Selectable 15, 30, 60, 180 seconds
Wi Fi Range (typical)
Outdoors, unobstructed, straight line distance
Up to 75 m