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1. (US20160097879) Method of electronically mapping underground utility infrastructures from the surface

المكتب : الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية
رقم الطلب: 14970575 تاريخ الطلب: 16.12.2015
رقم النشر: 20160097879 تاريخ النشر: 07.04.2016
رقم التسليم: 09541641 تاريخ التسليم: 10.01.2017
نوع النشر: B2
التصنيف الدولي للبراءات:
G01V 3/00
G01V 3/10
G01S 13/88
H04W 4/04
G01S 13/86
G01S 13/89
G01V 3/12
G01S 7/41
H01Q 1/32
H01Q 1/52
H01Q 21/06
G01V 3/17
G01S 7/02
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المتقدمون: Gerald L. Stolarczyk
Stolar, Inc.
Larry G. Stolarczyk
Igor Bausov
المخترعون: Gerald L. Stolarczyk
Larry G. Stolarczyk
Igor Bausov
الوكلاء: Richard B. Main
Main Law Cafe
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العنوان: (EN) Method of electronically mapping underground utility infrastructures from the surface
الملخص: front page image
(EN)

A non-invasive method of buried-utility-mapping includes using a long wavelength gradiometric ground penetrating radar to “see” patches of conductive material below ground and buried pipes and electrical conductors that are all constantly radio-illuminated by local AM radio broadcasts. The underground infrastructure of entire cities can be surveyed this way, point-by-point over time. A short wavelength part of the gradiometric ground penetrating radar operates shoulder-to-shoulder with the magnetic part and is able to improve shallow object resolution, map moisture build-ups under roads, and spot contaminated soils. Two gradiometric ground penetrating radar technologies, cameras, and navigation receivers can be mounted on city vehicles and a daily collection of their data batch transformed by digital processing algorithms into detailed and automatically updating false-color maps of the underground utilities of the whole city and other buried infrastructures.