Future 2005 (2001- 2009)
As product of the FS – Future Series, the metal detector and geophysical detecting instrument Future 2005 includes our latest technology to detect buried objects and underground structures. Beside the technical specifications it includes our 3D software which allows a detailed analysis of the measured data.
The Future 2005 is based on an electromagnetic pulse method which can be used to detect anomalies in target areas. Thus, the device is able to localize different structures and natural features of the ground like:
- metal canisters, tanks, boxes
- voids, grave chambers, caves and tombs
- steel pipes and water conduits
Professional measuring instrument
The Future 2005 is a professional measuring instrument with a very high resolution antenna of 100 cm width. Compared to the Rover devices with testers and coil probes, the Future 2005 offers a 8-times higher density of measured data. In contrast to the Earth Imager with 8-times lower resolution, the device is most suitable for the professional archeological use. This fact is reflected also in the grafical representation of the software Visualizer 3D Studio and in OKM Apps.
Analysis via 3D visualization
Detailed graphics are the basis for an exact determination of the size and depth of objects. Thanks to the extented antenna, the device is most suitable in large and even fields. Besides the usual graphical representation, Future 2005 provides two further particularities: By use of the horizontal antenna it visualizes buried objects immediately, with the vertical antenna a typified ultrasound scan can be created.
Functionalities of Future 2005
- acoustic magnetometer
- high resolution ground scans in 3D
- live picture with horizontal ground scan antenna
- live picture with vertical pin pointing antenna
- graphical analysis on a computer
Thanks to the integrated microprocessor technology, ground balance, depth measurement and data storage will be performed automatically by the device. The evaluation of the measured data takes place at the computer, where the scanned area can be analyzed in a three-dimensional graphic with the help of OKM Apps and the 3D software Visualizer 3D.