METHODS

Research, innovation capacity and deployment of frontier technologies are just some of the main aspects that allow the company to hold a dominant position in the market

Thanks to specific partnerships with manufacturing companies and major national importers, we follow a program of continuous updating of technological equipment, which allows us to operate with the most advanced techniques, both in standard cases and in the most complex and articulated surveys. Constant contact with the world of research also makes it possible to experiment the most innovative systems in the field, even during their development phases, ensuring the customer the most modern and effective investigation methods.

Geophysical and topographical surveys

Geophysical surveys

  • Georadar surveys (single channel GPR, multichannel GPR)
  • Geoelectric investigations (two-dimensional electrical tomography, three-dimensional electrical tomography, down hole electric tomography)
  • Seismic surveys (active seismic: refraction and reflection, Masw; passive seismic: Remi, HVSR, vibrational measurements on structures; seismic down-hole surveys: down-hole, cross-hole, seismic cone)
  • Magnetic investigations
  • Electromagnetic investigations
  • Geophysical logs

Topographical and bathymetric surveys

  • Topographical surveys (Total Station, geodetic GPS systems, precision leveling)
  • Laser scanning surveys (LIDAR surveys from drone or aircraft, terrestrial Laserscan surveys)
  • Bathymetric survey (Single Beam and Multi Beam surveys)

Applied geology

Geotechnical investigations

  • In situ geotechnical measurements (penetrometric tests with CPTU and SCPTU piezocones, dilatometric tests, plate load tests)
  • Geological investigations (continuous rotation core sampling, destruction drilling, environmental core sampling)

Hydrogeological surveys

  • Installation of piezometers
  • Pumping tests (Slug test, SDT, APT, MAPT, etc.)
  • Measurements of chemical-physical parameters of surface and underground waters
  • Numerical modeling of hydraulic bodies
  • Monitoring of the water table
  • Tracer tests

Territorial analysis, cartography and GIS

Thematic cartography and territorial planning

  • Spatial planning studies (PAT – Territory planning, water plans, seismic microzonation studies, hydraulic compatibility assessment, PTCP – Provincial Territorial Coordination Plan)
  • Geothematic cartography (relevant technical geology, geomorphological survey, remote sensing and photointerpretation)

GIS – Geographic Information Systems

  • Acquisition and digitalization of territorial data
  • Numerical cartography
  • Geographic databases