Improvised Explosive Device Detection Technology (IED) – Current mine detection technology requires close proximity to be effective making it a notoriously slow and dangerous process.

It often involves combat engineers having to perform mine clearance on foot, outside the protection of armoured vehicles, moving at slow speed, also leaving them exposed to potential attack.

Working with various military agencies, GRT provides a means to remotely identify road surface disturbances via satellite or drones, greatly reducing the need for on-foot clearance. Designed to reveal the planting of explosive devices and triggers, the process aims to be fast and with a high degree of accuracy. There will also be a means to spatially code the surface, minimizing undetected enemy tampering.

Also employing forward-looking capabilities, this process will ensure sufficient time for convoys to stop and investigate possible threats using conventional means.


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