ImpulseRadar’s Raptor 3D GPR Array solution is simple to deploy and allows rapid collection of dense ground penetrating radar (GPR) data.
Terra Drone Indonesia has trialled its new innovations by combining drone technology and ground penetrating radar (GPR).
A gas network company and a robotics firm have established a new utility excavation partnership.
The TTC’s first Utility Investigation School (UIS) for 2020 will take place on 2–6 March in Louisiana, US.
Mirko Christmann has been recognised as the best apprentice in Baden-Württemberg, Germany in the electronic and industrial engineering profession.
Registrations are still available for ISTT’s International No-Dig Florence.
Registrations are available for Australasia’s largest dedicated trenchless event.
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has released a report promoting greater understanding of subsurface utility engineering (SUE).
No-Dig Down Under’s conference program has been released, for the event taking place in Melbourne, Australia on 10–13 September 2019.
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The North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) No-Dig Show Call for Papers is closing on 30 June 2019.
The third edition of an annual European trenchless technology and water loss event has opened registrations.
IDS GeoRadar has enhanced the inspection capabilities of its ground penetrating radar (GPR) with a new camera module.
A group of trade associations have urged the US Congress to integrate smart technologies into the country’s infrastructure proposals.
ISTT has opened submissions for the 2019 No-Dig Awards, which will be awarded at International No-Dig Florence in October.
A contractor has used a Robbins boring machine to construct three tunnels through tough marble in Vermont, US.
Early bird registrations are available for No-Dig Down Under 2019 taking place in Melbourne, Australia later this year.
Trenchless Middle East celebrated the no-dig industry in the region when it took place in Dubai, UAE in February.
ISTT’s International No-Dig Florence 2019 has extended the Call for Papers deadline to 30 April 2019.
ISTT’s International No-Dig Florence 2019 has opened a Call for Papers, inviting abstracts for this year's conference program.
One of the world’s largest trenchless technology companies has been acquired for an estimated US$700 million.
A UK utility has commissioned new technology for the £300 million (US$398 million) West Cumbria Water Project in northwest England, UK.
Registrations are still available for Trenchless Arabia, taking place in Jordan on 3–5 March 2019.
The first event in the No-Dig Roadshow series will take place in Dublin, UK on 14 March 2019.
Geophysical Survey Systems Inc (GSSI) has partnered with a major technology company to increase the durability of its surveying systems.
Louisiana Tech University’s Trenchless Technology Centre (TTC) has opened registrations for its fourth Utility Investigation School (UIS).