Ground penetrating radar

See beyond the surface with ground penetrating radar systems

Unforeseen underground obstacles can throw a wrench into any project, causing costly delays and damage. Don’t let that happen to you. With the power of ground penetrating radar (GPR), you can confidently and efficiently plan and manage any project with an accurate and detailed underground map.

Here at Pinpoint, we have a specialised, highly-experienced team of GPR experts. We provide unrivalled GPR scanning services to clients across South Australia, helping them to deliver projects on time and within budget. 

Empower yourself with the confidence to successfully and safely complete your project with Pinpoint. Take the first step towards precise and reliable GPR mapping by requesting a free quote from our experienced team today.

Pinpoint specialist using a ground penetrating radar

The Pinpoint difference

We’re a part of the Alexander Symonds family, so we’re backed by over 90 years of industry experience and knowledge. Our commitment to innovation, accuracy, and reliability has made us the preferred GPR service provider for clients across the state. 

We’re on top of the latest industry developments and technologies, offering cutting-edge GPR solutions tailored to your project’s needs.

Your project’s success can depend on the accuracy of the information you’re using. We’re committed to delivering high-quality data for our clients.

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We’re here when you need us most. Our team of GPR specialists is dependable for the entire lifetime of your project and beyond.

To complement our GPR services, we’re also Dial Before You Dig (DBYD) certified. You can rest assured knowing we’re committed to completing our work safely and keep your future excavation processes in mind. Our team is highly knowledgeable about your local standards and regulations too, ensuring your project is completed at a high standard.

How can ground penetrating radar benefit your project?

GPR is a powerful technology that provides a range of advantages to help you save time, money, and resources. With the combination of cutting-edge GPR scanning technology and highly-experienced operators from Pinpoint, you can transform your project’s delivery for the better.


Invasive and damaging excavation techniques are a thing of the past thanks to GPR. This method is a non-destructive method of gathering the critical subsurface information you need without the hassle of actually digging.


GPR can be used to detect a wide range of subsurface features, from underground utilities to geological formations. This makes it a versatile technology that can be applied to different fields, including:

  • Utility location and mapping
  • Archaeology
  • Geology and geophysics
  • Transportation
  • Construction and engineering
  • Military and security


GPR can provide you with high-resolution images that offer accurate and detailed information about the subsurface. Leave the guesswork out of your project management and let your GPR information inform your next steps. 


    Save time and resources when you use GPR. You can rapidly scan large areas and provide real-time information about what’s underneath your project.


      GPR technology is a safe and non-hazardous method of subsurface detection, making it an ideal solution for various applications.


        Excavation can be a costly and timely process. Understanding what’s underneath your feet before work begins with GPR can help to minimise the amount of excavation your project needs.

          Ground penetrating radar FAQs

          What is GPR?

          GPR is a geophysical technique that uses radar pulses to detect subsurface structures and features. It’s a non-destructive and non-invasive method of subsurface detection that provides accurate and detailed information about the subsurface.

          How does GPR work?

          GPR equipment sends radar pulses under the ground and detects the pulses that are reflected back. Based on what is reflected, GPR can detect changes in the subsurface, such as changes in material composition, buried objects, or voids.

          Is GPR safe?

          Yes, GPR is a safe method of subsurface detection. It does not emit harmful radiation and is not harmful to the surrounding environment or people.

          How fast can GPR scan an area?

          The speed of GPR scanning depends on various factors, including the equipment used, the complexity of the subsurface, and the skill of the operator.

          How accurate is GPR technology?

          When used by an experienced, skilled specialist, GPR can be a highly accurate method of subsurface detection. The specific equipment used and the material being scanned can also impact accuracy.

          Ground penetrating radar services near me

          Ready to harness the power of GPR for your next project? Contact us today to learn more about how GPR could work for your project. Don’t let subsurface unknowns derail your project – trust Pinpoint to provide accurate and reliable GPR mapping.