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Landmine detection research pushes forward, despite challenges

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The paper discusses technology for landmine detection, including: detection sensors; Comet II six-legged walking mine detection robot; a multisensor approach in the Hudem project; and the Swarm concept for mini robots that operate like insects. Although numerous basic research projects are in progress, integrating the work into a testable system is itself a significant challenge. At CCMAT, promising technologies that are field ready are tested and evaluated at DRES for mine detection effectiveness.

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Intelligent Systems, IEEE  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 2 )

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Mar/Apr 2002

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