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    December 15, 2014 - Canadian Department of National Defense Invests Locally for Land and Ice Runway Structural Analysis Equipment

    The Department of National Defense (DND) will use Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) technology to analyze the structural suitability of runways. MREL Group of Companies Limited (MREL) won the tender to supply a cutting edge Canadian made technology to minimize the risk of runway failure during aircraft landing and take-off. Sensors & Software’s Noggin based system will allow for both pavement and ice runway analysis. See more details.

    October 9, 2014 - Police hoping new technology will unearth old clues in Ontario cold case

    The Toronto Police and Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) rely on GPR technology in their work on a high profile cold case once again. Responding to new tips, police use the Noggin SmartCart to identify areas for further investigation. Sensors & Software is a trusted technology provider for forensic institutions around the world. See more details.

    October 8, 2014 - Homicide victim located using GPR in Sweden

    Homicide victim located using GPR:  In Sweden forensic archeologists from Modern Arkeologi use a Noggin 500 SmartCart to locate the remains of a senior citizen. Two 25 year olds have been detained as probable suspects in the case.See more details.

    September 24, 2014 - Memories of a Murder confirmed by the Noggin 500

    Sensors & Software’s Noggin 500 is the first choice of the experts at Global GPR. In this edition of The National the Noggin 500 sheds light on decades of dark memories.  The Noggin 500 combines a cutting edge sensor with brilliantly simple software to produce meaningful images. See more details.

    August 18, 2014 - Radar reveals 944 grave sites at Snow Creek Cemetery

    The cemetery was ready to be closed. Time and time again custodians would begin to dig a grave and find that the plot was already occupied. To prevent desecrating any more graves the cemetery managers were ready to shut up shop. A GPR survey of the area showed where there was still room for expansion allowing the North Carolina cemetery to continue serving the surrounding communities. See more details.

    May 12, 2014 - Forensics and Archeaology specialist working closely with clients

    Recently graduated from the University of Guelph, our forensic and archaeology product specialist offers insight and training on ground penetrating radar (GPR). Andrew Pronk works closely with both prospective and existing clients, including several law enforcement agencies. Drawing on knowledge gained during his co-op terms with Sensors & Software Inc., he has helped the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) write operating procedures and training standards for using GPR systems. See more details.

    May 9, 2014 - Maine Old Cemetery Association turning towards GPR

    The Maine Old Cemetery Association (MOCA) is turning towards modern technology in its ongoing effort to preserve the past. At a meeting earlier this month the topic of “Mapping of Historic Cemeteries Using Ground Penetrating Radar” was one of the featured presentations. See more details.
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