Mine Clearance Explained

Landmines and other explosive remnants of war (ERW) are an unfortunate legacy of conflicts in over 70 countries. Mine clearance is the process of removing or destroying the mines to make an area safe. Military mine clearance is usually conducted during a conflict and requires minefields to be breached quickly in order to create a safe path for troops. Speed is vital, both for tactical reasons and because units attempting to breach the minefield may be under enemy fire. Humanitarian mine clearance is usually conducted after a conflict and seeks to destroy all mines to international standards so that the land can be safely returned to normal civilian use.


Mine Clearance Threat - Our Approach

Global Clearance Solutions's range of unmanned platforms have interchangeable tiller and flail attachments for clearing anti-personnel, anti-tank mines and other explosive remnants of war (ERW) safely, quickly and to international standards in all terrains.