Explosive ordnance detection with geomagnetic mapping
Data aquisition with geomagnetic mapping/sounding
Geomagnetic mapping is used to record magnetic anomalies caused by ferromagnetic objects (e.g. bombs and other munitions and munition remnants) using a computer-aided data logger. Colour-coded result maps are created using special software and the object parameters (x and y coordinates, depth, volume, etc.) are determined and calculated.
This high-precision measuring technique permits us to make statements on the contamination assessment of the terrain and helps us to determine an adapted clearing technology. We are then able to provide our clients with projected cost estimates prior to commencing with clearing measures.
Key elements of geomagnetic mapping/sounding
- Single and multi-channel systems
- Data acquisition via GPS
- Three-axis magnetometer/ total field magnetometer measurement