Military Munitions Response (MMR) Digital Geophysical Mapping (DGM) Services
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In the presences of potential UXO, FPM's trained geophysicists and UXO staff can find exactly what we are looking for.
The principal objective of Military Munitions Response (MMR) Digital Geophysical Mapping (DGM) is to detect the presence of Unexploded Ordinance (UXO) and/or safety remediate UXO contaminated areas. Accuracy is critical; we achieve accuracy by adhering to stringent Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s), selecting the most appropriate geophysical instrumentation to detect munition items for a specific site, and using the highest resolution land survey systems available [e.g., survey-grade RTK Global Positioning Systems (GPS), robotic total station (RTS) systems, and psuedo-satellite systems (PSS) or “psuedolites”].
Typical objectives of a MMR DGM survey include:
We often integrate the geophysical and land survey data into a Geographic Information System (GIS) to capture all the attributes (e.g., aerial photos, utility plans, and cultural resource information) and provide a “one-stop” data management tool used by our customers. Prior to performing a UXO survey, we usually conduct a geophysical prove-out (GPO) employing multiple geophysical systems to determine which system is best suited for site specific objectives, soil conditions and other factors. The GPO also provides several unique data sets that aid with UXO discrimination, confirmation and quality assurance of production survey results.
Key benefits of using FPM for your UXO project include:
Marine UXO Geophysical Survey at Vancouver, Washington
G-858 Static Tests for UXO Survey, Barksdale AFB
G-858 man-portable DGM survey for UXO detection
Towed Array EM61 Survey for UXO detection
Towed Array G-858 Survey for UXO detection
Marine Geophysical Survey for UXO detection
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