Ground-penetrating radar gaining acceptance worldwide to detect IEDs and other buried threats

TRONDHEIM, Norway, 23 Oct. 2010. Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) technology from 3d-Radar AS in Trondheim, Norway, has been sold to nations in Europe, North America, and South Asia for deployment and use in military threat detection systems, report officials of 3d-Radar, a business unit of Curtiss-Wright Controls Inc. in Charlotte, N.C.

Oct 23rd, 2010
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TRONDHEIM, Norway, 23 Oct. 2010.Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) technology from 3d-Radar AS in Trondheim, Norway, has been sold to nations in Europe, North America, and South Asia for deployment and use in military threat detection systems, report officials of 3d-Radar, a business unit of Curtiss-Wright Controls Inc. in Charlotte, N.C.

3d-Radar has made sales to the U.S. Army for overseas operations. The company's advanced GPR Detection System is deployed and is accomplishing its mission to locate buried threats, such as improvised explosive devices (IEDs), company officials say.

3d-Radar's GPR technology includes a radar control unit; GeoScope, which enables operators to view pre-processed GPR data within milliseconds of the initial capture; and displays data from all of the GPR system's channels.

For more information contact 3d-Radar online at www.3d-radar.com.

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