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Pegasus:Stream Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)

         
   

Pegasus:Stream
Benefits

   
         
   

Improved management of utility and surface mapping via a comprehensive 3D model of the below and above ground facilities;

Accurate X-Y-Z location of underground assets in absolute geographic coordinates;

Cost and time reductions: Improves traditional GPR productivity by a factor > 20;

Increase in accuracy with a detection accuracy of as little as 5 cm (2 inches);

Increase productivity and detect every buried target;

   
         

Stream EM in accompaniment with the Leica Pegasus:Two offers a solution that provides an integrated hardware platform for extensive 3D mapping of both underground utilities and surface features in only one scan.

It allows both mobile mass data collection of underground utilities due to the use of a massive array of antennas, at the same time as capturing calibrated imagery and point cloud data using a laser scanner (or several scanners) and lidar technology in combination with a GNSS receiver, an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) and a Distance Measurement Instrument (DMI) on a mobile platform (vehicle) to acquire accurate and precise spatial data.

The solution has been conceived to cover tens of hectares per day, obtaining the best underground utility and surface surveys while maintaining the same 15 km/h maximum data collection speed.

Pegasus:Stream GPR and mapping software results

Combining positioning data provided by the Leica Pegasus:Two with the comprehensive 3D underground view supplied by the IDS Stream EM enables very accurate reconstruction of the geospatial coordinates of assets irrespective of variations in the scanning trajectory (which is not always straight) and the elevation. As a result it is possible to produce a very accurate map of underground assets with a resolution of just a few cm/inches.

The availability of a complete knowledge of underground facilities enables better decisions to be made in the design of new installations and a reduction in the risk of unforeseen problems due to utilities or major anomolies such as sinkholes being discovered during the construction phase.

 Pegasus:Stream
  • Can be towed by a vehicle up to 15 km/h (9 mph) and can run continuously without blocking traffic.
  • Accurate to as little as 5 cm (2 inches), Stream provides accurate geolocalization of the surveyed area and individually distinguishes all pipes, cables and anomalies detected.
  • Cost and time reductions: Can cover tens of hectares per day with no need to block traffic.
  • Marries imagery and point cloud data into a single calibrated, user-intuitive platform.
  • Fully calibrated spherical view through an optional dome camera to enable city modeling.
  • Capture and edit 3D spatial objects from images or within the point cloud.
  • No need for dedicated or modified vehicles.
  • Software enables access to Esri® ArcGIS for Desktop.
 

 

Hardware Features

Stream EM

  • Professional subsurface surveys for pipes, cables and buried objects can be automatically transferred to GIS and CAD formats, allowing a complete subsurface GIS-based digital map to be produced efficiently.
  • A massive array of 40 antennas in two polarizations results in accurate 3D modeling of the subsurface and easy detection of buried targets and anomalies. The use of both polarizations provides optimal detection of main and junction pipes at the same time.
  • Overall weight: 228kg (500 lbs).
  • Power consumption: 72W.
  • Positioning: Survey wheel and/or GPS or total station.
  • Number of control units: 3 synchronized DAD MCH FW.
  • Scan rate per channel (@512 samples/scan): 87 scans/sec.
  • Scan interval: 17 scans/m @200 MHz – 33 scans/m @ 600 MHz.

Leica Pegasus:Two

  • Largest sensor to pixel in the market 5.5 x 5.5 µm.
  • Offers fast camera light response.
  • Captures up to 256 megapixels per second.
  • 6 cameras positioned to capture a 360° x 270° view – plus optional sky and road cameras.
  • NovAtel ProPak6™ provides the latest and most sophisticated precise GNSS receiver — includes triple band – L-Band, SBAS, and QZSS for GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou constellations.
  • INS determination of location, speed, velocity and orientation at a rate of 200 Hz.
  • Battery based
  • Portable system that fits into two carrying cases: 88 x 68 x 81 cm, 86.5 kg & 65 x 32 x 37 cm, 34.8 kg

For further information on software and specifications, please visit the IDS Stream EM GPR and the Leica Pegasus:Two webpages.