GPR’s unique sensitivity to non-metallic structures embedded in soil, rocks, and building materials ensures the use of GPR in a variety of applications such as search and rescue, tunnel and cavity locations. Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) has become an important forensic tool used by law enforcement agencies to conduct several types of searches, such as searching for buried corpses, hiding places, and objects. In most cases, this decisive piece of evidence would mean a difference between proving the case or imposing a smaller charge due to the lack of incriminating evidence. Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is able to remotely and non-invasively detect underground anomalies when all other instruments usually react to magnetic fields and are thus unable to find non-metallic objects. In addition, security personnel and border patrols use ground penetration radars of various configurations to detect and detect the presence of tunnels or to detect movement near external walls or buildings. This technology is very important to help protect borders to safe areas.
Interferometric products are also effectively used for the analysis of vibrations, deformations and post-event vibrations of the civil structure.