By Wouter van Verre, Liam A Marsh – MIEEE, Xianyang Gao, Anthony J. Peyton
and David John Daniels FIEEE
This paper describes methods of classifying both landmines and Improvised Explosive Devices [IEDs] by exploiting the response of the materials with which they are constructed to electromagnetic signals. The paper describes the different types of landmines and IEDs, the environment in which they are found and the two main electromagnetic methods of detection. The paper reviews current work on electromagnetic induction [EMI], ground penetrating radar [GPR] and data fusion, at the University of Manchester supported by the Find a Better Way Charity.
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