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December 16th, 2022
IDS GeoRadar extends IQMaps software to a wider range of GPR systems

PISA, Italy — IDS GeoRadar, part of Hexagon, today announced it is extending the IQMaps software application to a wider range of GPR systems. IQMaps is IDS GeoRadar’s post-processing software application for advanced ground penetrating radar (GPR) data analysis, enabling fast interfacing between the user and GPR data.

IQMaps is now available for:

  • IDS GeoRadar Opera Duo: a compact, easy-to-transport and easy-to-deploy ground penetrating radar leveraging robustness, data quality and intuitiveness for unparalleled utility location and mapping
  • IDS GeoRadar RIS MF Hi-Mod: a GPR array solution enabling a high resolution survey while guaranteeing a great depth range
  • Leica DS2000: a highly manoeuvrable detection radar to detect and position underground utilities before digging
  • Leica DSX: an all-in-one utility detection GPR system designed for civil construction and straightforward mapping solution for underground locating

IQMaps software is a customisable processing and analysis tool with a step-by-step approach that guides users in performing the best and the quickest data analysis for utility mapping. The software uses real-time data processing to optimise target management and 3D visualisation of radar data from underground utilities surveys.

Extending the compatibility of IQMaps post-processing software to additional GPR systems makes fast real-time processing and visualisation available for a larger number of users. Designed to perform rapid radar data analysis, IQMaps enhances and simplifies overall data management so that professionals can benefit from increased productivity in utility mapping and detection projects through faster data interpretation.

For further information, visit: https://idsgeoradar.com/products/software/iqmaps

About IDS GeoRadar
IDS GeoRadar, part of Hexagon, provides products and solutions based on radar technology, for mining, civil engineering and monitoring applications. The company is a leading provider of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) and Interferometric Radar solutions worldwide. IDS GeoRadar is committed to delivering best-in-class performance solutions and to the pursuit of product excellence, through the creation of application-specific, innovative and cost-efficient systems for a wide range of applications including mining, utility detection and mapping, civil engineering, geology, archaeology and public safety.

Hexagon (Nasdaq Stockholm: HEXA B) has approximately 23,000 employees in 50 countries and net sales of approximately 4.3bn EUR. Learn more at hexagon.com and follow us @HexagonAB.