New Prism2.6 version is here! Key feature of new version is the ability to work with large profiles (larger than 80000 traces)!



New ultra light weight shockproof cart, specially designed for shielded antennas 500/900 MHz antenna unit for underground utilities detection.

New car trailer with built-in odometer wheel, specially designed for shielded air launched 1.0 GHz antenna unit for roads investigation.

2.0 GHz antenna unit, surface coupled is obsolete.


1.5 GHz antenna unit, shielded, surface coupled is obsolete and has been displaced by the improved new version with built-in wheels.


Newly developed deep survey (up to 50 m in favourable ground) Python-3 GPR system has following features:


1. Low frequency operating range (100/50/38/25 MHz)

2. Built-in battery

3. Built-in Wi-Fi access point for wireless communication

4. Sample rate - 1024 samples per scan


Newly developed Zond-12e Advanced GPR system has expanded features:


1. Dual channel

2. Built-in battery

3. Built-in Wi-Fi access point for wireless communication

4. Bidirectional wheel

5. User selected sample rate (128, 256, 512, 1024 samples per scan) accordingly max scan rate changes (320, 160, 80, 40 scans per second)

6. Leather back pack. 


PrismMobile software is intended for a palmtop PC – personal digital assistant (PDA) – under the operating system Windows Mobile® 6 (or newer versions) and functioning as part of the georadar Zond-12e Advanced or Zond-12e WiFi Upgrade Kit.

2010:New version of Prism2.59 is available

23.10.2008 - New antennas design:

Full range of antennas in new strong plastic sealed cases with easy-to-replace sledges and watertight connectors (IP67) make antennas applicable in any weather and surface conditions.

2004: Our equipment is certified with CE sign now!

The year of 2004:

New software package Prism 2 for Zond-12e GPR system. Fast data acquisition (56 scans per second), Ethernet communication with computer, up to 10 different points in digital gain function, coloured data acquisition mode, Windows XP compatible, etc.

New generation of Zond 12 GPR system is available now. 16-bit digitising, fast data acquisition (56 scans per second), Ethernet communication with computer open new possibilities in different areas of application.

The year of 2002:

New shielded antennas 1.5 GHz. and 100 MHz. are available now.

The year of 2001:

Air-coupled 750 MHz. shielded antenna mounted on railways trolley for embankment inspection. This antenna was specially designed for railways embankment inspection.

The year of 2000:

Archeological survey on the Moscow's Kremlin Cathedral square. Antenna unit 300 MHz. is used.

The year of 1995-96:

Soil sounding by means of PYTHON-02 georadar of 3.2-m length. Sounding signal frequency: from 24 MHz to 190 MHz. Sounding data recording and operation mode control of the georadar are performed using an IBM-compatible Notebook-type computer. Computer/georadar information exchange is via a RS-232c serial port along an optical communication line. Sounding data are shown in real time as a radio-location profile on a computer display, and are simultaneously recorded as a file on a hard disc.

The year of 1991:

ZOND-10 georadar set. The following items are positioned below the dipole antenna (from left to right): battery, cable bundle, charger/power supply, heat-sensitive paper roll recorder, central unit. Microphone fitting used for service information speech recording on a cassette is shown to the right from the central unit. The same cassette was used to record sounding data for subsequent computer input.

The year of 1990-94:

The space radar for subsurface soil sounding of Mars (Project Mars 96.), designed by Radar Systems, Inc. researchers in close cooperation with our colleagues from National Space Agency of France (CNES) and Service d'Aeronomie Institute (France).

The year of 1989:

LOUCH-2 georadar onboard MI-8 helicopter. Box antennas seen on helicopter sides. Sounding frequency: 50 MHz. Two-channel receiver. The unit already used the aperture real-time focusing technique. Data recorded using a digital two-channel tape recorder.

The year of 1988:

Radio-location profile (bottom) obtained using 'Zond-8' georadar. Top display shows the structure (section) of the environment sounded. Printout was made on heat-sensitive paper roll using a recorder.

The year of 1988:

ZOND-8 georadar. Its central unit is shown in the centre, recorder is to the right, 120 MHz antenna system to the left, and battery in the rear. Data recording was done again on a magnetic cassette. The recorder was used in the field for profile output onto heat-sensitive paper.

The year of 1983:

ZOND-4 georadar central unit. Traces were displayed on a CRT screen; analogue data recording was done on a magnetic cassette. Sounding frequencies: 50 and 100 MHz.

The year of 1980:

This was the way subsurface signals were displayed on ZOND-1 georadar CRT screen.

The year of 1980:

Field tests of ZOND-1 georadar, the first one of Zond GPR series. The equipment assembly was made using transistors and radio valves; it had considerable overall dimensions and weight and therefore was installed in a truck body. The flat antenna system was dragged by a rope on the ground surface. Sounding data were recorded as a density profile on a film and were also displayed as a trace on a CRT screen.