Seiler Instrument Announces Partnership with Screening..
Seiler Instrument announces partnership with Screening Eagle Technologies as an Authorized Distributor of Ground Penetrating Radar Solutions
ST. LOUIS (June 1, 2022) – Seiler Instrument announced today an expansion of their innovative geospatial product offerings as they now are an Authorized Distributor for Screening Eagle’s technology platform including the Proceq GS8000 subsurface ground penetrating radar (GPR). Proceq is the world leader in GPR sensor manufacturing and subsurface applications, and the partnership will allow for more efficient and faster surveys of the built environment and its subsurface utilities.
Seiler Instrument’s corporate office headquarters is in St. Louis and has geospatial offices to serve its clients in Missouri, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin. As a Screening Eagle Authorized Distributor, Seiler will now be able to offer its customers the most advanced subsurface mapping systems in the world.
Assistant survey sales director Eric Seiler III, “We are honored to be chosen as the first North American Authorized Distributor for Screening Eagle’s revolutionary technology. Now surveyors and mapping professionals can create 3D maps with centimeter accuracy of the underground. The GS8000 is a game-changer for the utilities and inspection industries.”
In addition, Seiler will be able to offer Screening Eagle products for concrete inspection and structural imaging of large areas in all buildings or bridge decks.
Screening Eagle has a continued mission to protect the built world with sensors, software and data as global infrastructure ages or new construction begins. With the GS8000, objects can be located and the entire ground beneath the inspection site can be mapped within seconds.
Darren Burford, Chief Sales Officer at Screening Eagle Technologies, noted, “We are thrilled to have Seiler onboard as our distribution partners and are excited to see what their customers achieve with our GPRs.”
In addition, the intuitive software features high resolution modes to see exactly which area is safe to dig and which is not. All the data gathered is synched to the cloud and remains accessible from anywhere, anytime.
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