GroundProbe’s Geotechnical Support Services (GSS), our team of fully-qualified and experienced geotechnical engineers, offer a range of comprehensive services that assist our customers with effective slope stability risk management.Read more >>
A key offering of our Geotechnical Support Service (GSS) is GSS-Remote; a dedicated 24-hour remote monitoring solution for customer sites anywhere around the globe.Read more >>
An effective monitoring tool for detecting and monitoring surface movement, the GroundProbe InSAR service, in partnership with 3vGeomatics (3vG), provides monitoring capabilities complementary to GroundProbe’s ground-based radar suite.Read more >>
In partnership with NavStar, a recognised leader in slope stability monitoring software, GroundProbe customers now have access to NavStar’s GeoExplorer platform and accompanying GroundProbe module.Read more >>
The SSR-Viewer 8.4 release offers a range of innovative and exciting new features which we hope will greatly benefit and enhance your radar experience and the information it provides.Read more >>
GroundProbe’s Slope Stability Radar (SSR) is designed to ensure the safety of people and equipment in geotechnically high risk areas.
SSR automatically monitors and detects deformation of slopes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week without the need for any external data or DTM. Using onboaRead more >>
Maintenance-free power for your SSR.
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GroundProbe is proud to introduce the SSR-SARx; the highest resolution and longest range synthetic aperture radar (SAR) with a 4.5 kilometre range.Read more >>
Saving you time and effort.Read more >>
GroundProbe is proud to introduce the SSR-FX; a revolutionary broad area slope stability radar.Read more >>
GroundProbe's Slope Stability Radar (SSR) Flyer
With a focus on protecting work crews and equipment in work areas, GroundProbe designed the Work Area Monitor (WAMTM). Built onto a mine vehicle to allow easy driving access to work areas, the WAMTM is quick to set up and easy to use.WAM Flyer Read more >>
Rock slopes in an open pit mine will deform over time. The amount of deformation and the rate at which they deform are dependant on the geology, mining method, and slope design. Slope movement does not need to hinder mining operations.Making Mining Safer Read more >>