Six Things You Need to Know About GBSAR

Jan 16 | 11:21 a.m. | by Admin

Have you ever wondered if there is a local company that produces a technology that can save thousands of lives from a natural disaster such as landslides or instability in man-made structures?

In iRadar, we provide Ground-Based Synthetic Aperture Radar (GBSAR), an effortless ground deformation smart monitoring. GBSAR developed by iRadar aims to solve the challenges by providing a ground based, highly compact radar for monitoring earth terrain and man-made structural movements. 

Let's get to know 6 things you need to know about GBSAR

  1. Detect sub-mm movement
    • GBSAR developed by iRadar can detect sub-mm movement on natural and synthetic objects. 
  2. 1 km - 4 km sensing distance
    • Provides 24/7 periodic monitoring of large area with a typical sensing distance of 1 - 4 km.
  3. High-resolution change detection
    • High-resolution change detection is beneficial to disaster monitoring, risk assessment as well as for the establishment of an early warning framework for hazard management. 
  4. Various area implementation
    • Can be applied in various areas to monitor the surface deformation of earth environments (such as landslides, terrain subsidence, falling rocks, glaciers, avalanches, volcanoes, etc.) as well as man-made structures (such as bridges, buildings, towers, dams, roads, etc.)
  5. User-friendly software and cloud portal
    • Comes with user-friendly software and a cloud portal for remote monitoring and hazard management. 
  6. All-weather wide coverage
    • All weather , 24/7 periodic monitoring

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