Ground-penetrating radar technology reveals what's beneath the surface

As the world's cities continue to grow, understanding underground infrastructure has become more crucial than ever before. A team of scientists at the University of Vermont and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga have developed ground-penetrating radar technology, which aims to reveal what's beneath streets. The technology could reduce the risks and costs of construction and transform the inspection process for urban development.

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