New “Snakebot” could map cambodian Minefields


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(Eos) “We are working on a robot that can get in under the brush…and then is able to say, ‘Yes, there’s metal content here’ or ‘No, there’s no metal content here,’ so that we can reduce the amount of brush that needs to be cleared.” Reducing the amount of brush to be cleared would reduce the cost of demining, allowing more area to be reclaimed for safe use each month.

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Published: Friday, December 17, 2021

Last Updated: Thursday, November 2, 2023

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