Geoelectrical surveys are widely applied when non-destructive testing of the subsoil is needed.

Investigation of mud’s thickness settled in the bed of rivers, bottom of lakes, ponds, research of the geological structure under the water.

Archaeological research: due to its high resolution the device is suitable to detect archaeological objects (e.g. remains of a building, metals, etc.).

Discovery of holes, cellars, caves: with the help of special electrode layouts and analysing techniques, known or unknown holes, caves can be revealed even in residential areas.

Analysis of vertical wall’s condition: the condition of vertical walls located near industrial facilities can be analysed by geoelectrical surveys.

Survey with environmental purpose: geoelectric surveys can be used to determine the water aggregated within the waste, further they can be applied during hydrocarbon remediation activities, or to determine the mud’s thickness (e.g. red mud).