Counter-IED / EOD Explained
The use of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) as a weapon of insurgency or war has increased alarmingly over the last decade and 66 countries have reported at least one civilian casualty from IEDs. They pose a threat in developed and developing countries alike and like all explosive remnants of war, their legacy remains long after a conflict has ended. Records show that 85% of those killed or injured by IEDs are civilians so their removal is a concern to both security forces and humanitarian agencies.
Counter-IED / EOD Threat - Our Approach
Global Clearance Solutions‘s range of unmanned platforms helps to rapidly remove any EOD or IED threat your troops or population might face. All remote-controlled platforms can be fitted with the robotic arm attachment for the safe remote handling of explosive devices. The platforms and robotic arm are controlled by a camera system and the arm has a selection of remotely interchangeable front end tools to locate, access, remove and disrupt the device in-situ.
GCS's unmanned platforms have a wide range of capabilities in the field of EOD operations and are able to deal with heavy improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and vehicle-borne IEDs (VBIEDs).