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Deep Scan Tech featured in Rakennuslehti, Finland’s leading construction magazine

 Published on October 26, 2023

Deep Scan Tech was featured in a major article in Rakennuslehti [1], the leading magazine on construction in Finland. The company has developed a unique data analytics capability that enables creating unprecedented 3D pictures of the underground easily from the surface. The scans can be applied from the surface without the need for digging or touching the existing structures.

"Rakennuslehti praised Deep Scan Tech's technology as a technological achievement that can provide much needed high-quality information about the subsurface."

Deep Scan Tech's technology gives an unprecedented view of the internal structures, materials, soil types, moisture and even pollutants in the underground. This can have many applications in the fields of infrastructure and construction, such as planning, monitoring, safety, maintenance and environmental protection. For example, the technology can help to detect faults, assess groundwater levels, find the depth of bedrock, and locate buried structures.

The article in Rakennuslehti praised Deep Scan Tech's technology as a technological achievement that can provide much needed high-quality information about the subsurface, which often remains unknown or uncertain using conventional methods. The technology can bring many potential benefits for the construction industry and the society at large, such as reducing costs, risks, delays and environmental impacts.

[1]: Suomalaisinnovaatiolla kurkistetaan sähköisesti talojen ja katujen alle

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