Robotics & Remote Sensing for Humanitarian Landmine Action

We’re pleased to be working with RAL Space and Cranfield University to bring robotics and space know-how to explore how to assist the humanitarian mine action sector with new technology and techniques to help make operations safer, more effective and efficient. … Continued

Mapping Hedges & Power Lines

We were out mapping hedges and power lines this week, in fine tuning techniques to visualize strategic secondary indicators for where landmines may (or may not) be. This was done at Fenswood farm, Long Ashton, Bristol where landmines are not … Continued

UAS (Drones) for Mine Action

Once again, Fardoulis Robotics assisted with unmanned aerial systems and expertise over the last week, to help create baseline data for airborne testing over the next few months. The university’s Long Ashton research facility will be used to test sensors … Continued

Airborne Base Maps – Simulated Minefield

UAS equipment and expertise was provided by Fardoulis Robotics to the University of Bristol this week, for an Airborne Landmine Sensing project that the university is undertaking in conjunction with the Find a Better Way landmine charity. The task was to … Continued