GPR-SLICE tutorial video: how to process GSSI StructureScan Mini XT data

The GSSI StructureScan Mini XT is a hand-held ground-penetrating radar system designed for scanning concrete and mapping defects and reinforcing bars within concrete and similar materials.

In this video, I explain how to process StructureScan Mini XT data in GPR-SLICE. We use the XY-decoupled gridding procedure in order to maximise the visibility of linear features within the dataset, such as reinforcing bars (“reo” or “rebar”).


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A full list of all GPR-SLICE training videos is available here. You will probably be interested in GPR-SLICE’s BridgeDeck automatic hyperbola detection system (useful for creating rebar deterioration maps), and the automatic layer detection system (for mapping concrete slab thicknesses, for example).

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