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If you are looking for GPRSoft, you have come to the right place. We explain what GPRSoft is and point you to the official download.

What is GPRSoft?

The GPRSoft program is an application used by those who work in geophysical surveying. At its simplest, it gives users of ground penetrating radar instruments a way to view their data on the computer screen: since it is compatible with the majority of data file formats used by different makers of ground penetrating radar instruments. GSF Geoscanners Survey files, DT IDS files, SEG-Y Segy files, DT1 SensorsSoftware DT1 files, DZT GSSI files, RD3 Mala files, and GOF Geoscanners Object files are just some of the examples of files that can be opened with the program. Users can also perform post-processing on their data using the software, which also has the facilities needed for data interpretation. The Pro version of the software expands on the data interpretation methods in the program by opening a module that lets users convert 2D profiles into 3D visualizations.

The software’s other version, the Standard, packs only the essential utilities. Both versions are compatible with Windows systems and will work on both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures. Compatible operating systems are Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows 2000. The minimum CPU speed is 1.0GHz.

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File types supported by GPRSoft

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About file types supported by GPRSoft

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Last updated: : November 29, 2022