New Frontiers

 

 

Science in the Polar Regions

We have tested our ground based radiometer on a six month scientific expedition, aboard the MOSAIC, an ice-breaker that was frozen into the Arctic sea ice. Here it was proven that it can withstand the most rugged of conditions and still provide insights and valuable information for scientists and society alike.

 

 

 

High Alpine Applications

Our technology is also applicable to measure the snow water content in mountainous regions as well as be able to determine and potentially help predict mass movements of earth and snow, landslide and avalanche prevention potential.

 

 

 

 

High Value Cash Crops

There are a number of high value cash crops that are very sensitive to the amount of water they need to produce maximum yield and therefore our patented technology can assists landowners in making necessary, timely decisions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Limitless Applications

Polar Regions

Our ground based radiometers have proven to be able to withstand the world’s harshest conditions while at the same time being able to deliver valuable data to scientists which can be used to help steer the agenda back in mainland societies.

High Alpine

Our technology is also applicable to measure the snow water content in mountainous regions as well as be able to determine and potentially help predict mass movements of earth and snow, landslide and avalanche prevention potential.

High Value Crops

There are a number of high value cash crops that are very sensitive to the amount of water they need to produce maximum yield and therefore our patented technology can assists landowners in making necessary, timely decisions.


The potential and number of applications for which TerraRad Tech’s technology can be used is difficult to quantify because the passive L-Band microwave signal can ‘see and touch’ so many places that have previously been dark to us.

-anonymous


You could call it an X-ray machine for the natural world… it can see and collect high precision data from any earth material and capture many of the things our eyes can’t see.

-anonymous