Daniel Bigman

Dr. Daniel Bigman received his PhD from the University of Georgia and is an expert in non-invasive subsurface mapping and 3D imaging. His graduate research focused on the applications of near-surface geophysics to archaeological and historical contexts and has since taught at several universities in Georgia. He has collaborated with scholars on innovative research pertaining to ground penetrating radar and damage prevention and has carried out investigations across the United States on archaeological, forensic, and civil engineering projects. The results of these investigations have been published in peer-reviewed academic journals of international reputation and Dr. Bigman was invited by the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers to lecture in Germany about his research. He is currently an associate editor of FastTIMES, the leading trade magazine in near-surface geophysics, and is on the board of directors of the Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society.

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Five Uses of GPR for Civil Engineering and Damage Prevention

There are several technologies that can improve revenue and growth for engineering firms in the damage prevention industry. Ground penetrating radar (GPR) may be the most significant non-invasive technique used to help engineering firms add services both because it is dynamic in the number of ways it can be applied, and it is affordable. GPR …

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The Move to Multi-Frequency: How More Gpr Antennae Can Help Your Field Projects

The popularity of ground penetrating radar in the damage prevention industry has soared in the past decade. Costs have come down, user interfaces have become more approachable, and the recognition that GPR can identify targets that traditional locators cannot have all contributed to this increase in usage. An emerging trend in GPR technology that has …

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