The landmine clearing process involves marking an area that has been detected and landmines removed to declare the area to be safe. The traditional manual labor landmine detection and clearing are
extremely dangerous and time-consuming, thus the ability to deploy autonomous robots to replace human labor seems like
an obvious choice.
With the need for direct visual indication of landmine processed regions, what better ways than to send in an autonomous robot that can detect and mark the scanned area with red and white paint lines, according to United Nations convention.
The proposed vehicle needs to be autonomous. It also needs to detect and mark the landmines...
- Line detection in all weather/ conditions
The vehicle needs to be deployed into a general area via pre-determined satellite images...
- Maneuverability to "comb" sweep-scan the area
When making a u-turn, vehicles have a minimum turning-circle radius circumference...
- Autonomous vehicle
With Neousys computer offering various connectivity, autonomy can be achieved by installing Lidars, sensors and cameras. The autonomous landmine clearing vehicle can then be deployed into the field, scan and mark the desire scanning area with red/white paint to indicate if the area is safe or requires landmine deactivation units...
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