Ground Penetrating Radar



Confirm burial locations, identify anomalies

Ground penetrating radar (GPR) is used to locate underground anomalies—such as unknown burial locations, hidden objects, and water or utility lines—without disturbing soil. A transmitted wave reflects objects found in varying degrees of the soil, and reflected signals are mapped into an image. This image can then be used to analyze materials found in the subsurface. The CIMS team specializes in analyzing GPR data from cemeteries. The data captured by the GPR can then be integrated into your CIMS software.

Key benefits of using GPR

With GPR, our experts can help you gain a better understanding of your cemetery. GPR is a great tool for any cemetery as it is minimally invasive and collects important information about your property.


Confirm burial locations


Locate burials in unknown sections


Scan new areas for hidden objects


Locate water lines or other utilities


Get 2D/3D images of your cemetery


Request Pricing for CIMS

Answer a few simple questions about your cemetery on our Proposal Request Form, and we’ll provide you with a free cost proposal, which includes project scope, schedule, a firm cost, and terms and conditions of the cemetery software.

Client Testimonials

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