Advanced Technology Investigations

What is Advanced Technology Investigations?

As a Minnesota Private Investigator, Glen is naturally an advocate for clean water, air and soil.

Glen Bass Investigations (GBI) has developed specialized anaytical equipment and an aggregated regulatory database system that allows GBI investigators to identify contamination in real time. We use aggregated data to identify potential sources for a contaminant by discovering those industrial, municipal and commercial sites that are regulated for the contaminant in question. Based on our regulatory research, we then deploy teams to use compact spectrometry to obtain real-time analysis and collect samples for laboratory testing.

In Agriculture, Stray Voltage (Microshock) presents a significant risk to livestock on several levels. GBI uses specially designed sensor arrays to identify, quantify and locate the sources of Stray Voltage or Microshock

A Smith Chart - which is one way of visualizing the results from an RF Sweep

Technical Surveillance Countermeasures "TSCM"

Do you think your home or office is bugged? This Eavesdropping Detection Sweep can be done in 6-8 hours. The hard line telephones are checked, a physical search is done and a radio frequency analysis is done for hidden wireless microphones and video cameras.
Technical Surveillance Countermeasures or TSCM, is also known by the reference of "Bug Sweeps," and the more modern name of Electronic Eavesdropping Detection or EED.

Using the OSCOR - Technical Surveillance Countermeasures TSCM

We are Certified Specialists in the detection and location of eavesdropping devices. Our product is privacy assurance and protection. Our Team is trained to the same specifications and utilizes the same equipment and techniques used by federal government. We use the state of the art OSCOR, an R.F. Spectrum Analyzer, as well as F.L.I.R., telephone and networks analyzers ($100,000).

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Environmental Contamination Investigations

Contamination source location is critical to mitigating continued environmental pollution.

GBI uses aggregated data to identify potential sources for a contaminant by discovering those industrial, municipal and commercial sites that are regulated for the contaminant in question. Based on our regulatory research, we then deploy teams to use compact spectrometry to obtain real-time analysis and collect samples for laboratory testing.

Screenshot showing an investigation management console in our specialized software platformOur custom, mobile spectrometer that allows water analysis in-situOur compact spectrometer technology allows our team to obtain credible real-time data in all weather conditions.Our "Environmental Investigative Platform" reduces the time and effort invested into sourcing contamination by using aggregated industrial and regulatory data to locate potential contributing sites that are regulated for a specific contaminant.

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Stray Voltage Investigations

Large Wind Generators in a farmers field - Our team will detect Stray Voltage affecting your livestock

Stray voltage on farms can become so high that people and animals can actually feel the electrical shock.

Stray Voltage is an extraneous voltage that appears on grounded surfaces in buildings, barns and other structures. Stray Voltage or EMI is a major problem for Hospitals, Manufacturing Plants and Farms. Hospitals are concerned with the Microshock Electrocution hazard and of course the hazards that EMI can cause with sensitive electronics.