Argus Technologies

Specializing in GIS-based, mobile geophysical technologies

Argus Technologies, a Tremaine Company, is a near-surface geophysical consulting firm. We specialize in mobile (towed) technologies for cost-effective and rapid collection of geo-located data. Our noninvasive methods provide fundamental information regarding the variability of subsurface materials, lateral trends in soil and rock, and the presence or absence of buried infrastructure. We offer vital support to engineering and environmental clients involved in critical infrastructure projects such as tunnels, roads, pipelines, power plants, landfills, water supplies, airports, dams, and levees. Our aim is to provide key subsurface data in advance of project design to reduce assumptions. Clients consider what we offer a smart investment; knowing more about site conditions up front reduces the risk of facing problems mid-project when delays in schedule or changes in design can result in escalating delays and costs.

Argus News

Argus and enParallel announce a million dollar software and solutions agreement

In a joint press release, Argus Technologies and enParallel, Inc announced today the award of a $1,000,000.00 contract that provides GPU-based acceleration to GIS-based, mobile geophysical technologies. As part of the agreement, Argus has agreed to adopt the ePX software and DSC hardware from enParallel to aid in the advancement of near-surface geophysical systems.

Joint_Press_Release.pdf33.79 KB

State Budget Affects Delta Levee Repair

The Sacramento Bee interviewed Argus Technologies in a recent article about the state budget crisis and levee hazard detection and repair in the Delta.

Argus to attend 2009 USACE Conference

Argus Technologies will present a talk entitled "The Buried Hazards Toolbox-What's in your Levee?" at the 2009 USACE Infrastructure Systems Conference.

Argus featured in Near-Surface Geophysics

View article about levee hazard detection in the latest issue of Near Surface Geophysics Newsletter.

The EM3 in Egypt

Read about Argus's work on the Giza Plateau in the AERA's Aerogram.