Search and location of archaeological remains
In archeology, the GPR has been used for many years, and is considered among professional archaeologists as an accurate and informative instrument.
The main advantage of the method is the three-dimensional area sampling, which allows large areas to be covered in a short period of time.
Our team has extensive experience in archaeological surveys in the Czech Republic, Ukraine, Egypt and Peru.
Our company is ready to join any cultural and scientific project.
Archaeological site of the XIII century
Ukraine, Kiev - 2017
Surface survey with a GPR LOZA
The most important cultural and historical center of Kiev
The research was conducted in 2017. Currently excavations of archaeological sites are continuing.
The team of specialists found cultural layers of the XV-XVI, XVII-XVIII and even XI-XIII centuries. Earth layers have preserved to our day decorations, ceramics, bottles, human bones and animal remains. At the same time, the archaeological Eldorado on Poshtova Square keeps many valuable finds and secrets in itself.
Meroe Island, Sudan - 2009
Russian-Italian archelogical mission
Peru, Cusco - 2012
The results of the 3D model
The objective of the team of researchers was to carry out the scanning of the Inca complex of Sacsayhuaman, to reveal areas or zones of greater humidity, cracks, ruptures or faults, to locate objects under the earth, etc.
As a result of the research, it was also possible to reveal a new horizon of the cultural heritage of the Incas, which is presented in the form of 3d model. Three oblong structures from the top down can be clearly traced, which may represent archaeological interest. There are also clear signs of emptiness that extend along the entire model.
Trypillian culture - Neolithic–Eneolithic (Copper-Stone Age)
The Cucuteni–Trypillia culture, also known as the Tripolye culture, is a Neolithic–Eneolithic archaeological culture (c. 5200 to 3500 BC) in Eastern Europe.
It extends from the Carpathian Mountains to the Dniester and Dnieper regions, centred on modern-day Moldova and covering substantial parts of western Ukraine and northeastern Romania, encompassing an area of 350,000 km2 (140,000 sq mi), with a diameter of 500 km (300 mi; roughly from Kiev in the northeast to Brașov in the southwest).