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Project Aquareos

Researchers at King’s College London are building on previous research to identify landmines using a quadropole resonance (QR) system

Project Aquareos

About the project

Professor Kaspar Althoefer and Dr Panos Kosmas have carried-out research into the non-invasive detection and identification of landmines and other explosives with remote probes.

The aim is to achieve shorter detection times, higher probability of detection and lower false alarm rates through the use of multiple sensing systems, data fusion and the application of intelligent classification algorithms.

Professor Althoefer said: “For this project we propose to build on our experience of producing a QR system-in-a-suitcase and turn it into a mobile platform capable of being used in a variety of environments as a confirmation sensor for mine clearance efforts.”’

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2016
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