About Us






Our sensors use new detection technology to find the explosives in landmines.
Not metal. Not shapes. Landmines.

Highly accurate detection of explosives and drugs

Non-contact (standoff) detection

Detects buried and concealed threats

Simple to operate and interpret

Integrates with remote and autonomous platforms

Sustainable Development Goals

Mine action impacts 16 of the 17 sustainable development goals. Improved equipment is required in conflict and post-conflict communities to clear land rapidly, safely, and efficiently. This will enable the land to become productive and help to enhance the living standards of the most vulnerable communities worldwide.


  • Productive use of previously contaminated land provides livelihood opportunities and generates income, unlocking beneficiaries from poverty.
  • Safe access to economic and natural resources builds resilience in previously affected communities.
  • Victim assistance contributes to social protection systems and measures for survivors.

2 zero hunger

  • Released agricultural land enables communities to grow crops, improving food security and nutrition.
  • Safe routes (re-)open access to markets and opportunities for value addition.

3 good health and well-being

  • Safe access to healthcare facilities and services in previously affected communities improves health and well-being.

4 quality education

  • Safe access to education for women, girls, boys and men in previously affected communities promotes literacy and numeracy.
  • Through victim assistance, survivors enjoy equal access to education, including through disability-sensitive education facilities.

5 gender equality

  • Removing explosive hazards and providing education on safe behaviour reduce violence against women and girls.
  • Employing women in mine action and their participation in setting priorities and plans empowers women as agents of change in political, economic and social life.

6 clean water and sanitation

  • Land release promotes safe and equitable access to drinking water and sanitation previously denied to communities.

7 affordable and clean energy

  • Land release permits development of power infrastructure, making energy services accessible to previously affected communities.

8 decent work and economic growth

  • Land release enables safe access to natural resources, promotingeconomic growth and sustainable tourism.
  • Mine action provides decent work and transferable skills for affected communities, including youth and persons with disabilities.

9 industry, innovation and infrastructure

  • The removal of explosive hazards fosters industrialisation and the development of sustainable and resilient infrastructure.
  • Mine-free roads provide access to transportation systems, integrating enterprises into value chains and markets.

10 reduced inequalities

  • Handing over released land to beneficiaries, particularly the poor, generates income growth, reducing inequalities and promoting inclusion of all, including people with disabilities.
  • Through international cooperation, mine action donors support countries where need is greatest, addressing inequalities between countries.

11 sustainable cities and communities

  • Re-establishing safe access to housing, public spaces and basic services for all, mine action contributes to the reconstruction of safe and inclusive cities and human settlements.
  • Environmentally-sensitive mine clearance contributes to the protection and safeguarding of cultural and natural heritage.

12 responsible consumption and production

  • Safe access to previously denied natural resources enables their sustainable and efficient management and use.

14 life below water

  • Environmentally-sensitive underwater clearance restores degraded aquatic ecosystems and supports their healthy and sustainable use.

15 life on land

  • Environmentally-sensitive mine clearance contributes to conserve, restore and sustainably manage biodiverse terrestrial ecosystems.

16 peace, justice and strong institutions

  • Removing explosive hazards and providing education on safe behaviour reduce violence and casualties.
  • Mine action develops effective capacities, accountable institutions, and promotes national ownership, including through international cooperation.

17 partnerships for the goals

  • National, regional and international partnerships in mine action (e.g. governments, private sector, academia and civil society) enhance the exchange of resources, expertise, innovation and technology.
  • Mine action information enhances the availability of timely and disaggregated data for SDG measurement, monitoring and progress reporting.

Source: United Nations Development Programme – Mine Action and the Sustainable Development Goals

Antipersonnel Mine Contamination

Landmines remain a global problem with over 60 states contaminated by anti-personnel mines. Despite the adoption of the Mine Ban Treaty by 83% of the world they continue to be used by countries and non-state groups around the world. Current clearance rates (133 km2 in 2021) are struggling to meet clearance objectives.

Industry Applications

Humanitarian Demining
Ports and Freight Screening
Stadiums and Events
Courts and Gov. Buildings
Law Enforcement & First Responders
Mass Transit
Mail Screening
Religious Buildings
Critical Industry and Infrastructure