USING   DRAMS  METHOD*  TO  'CLEAN' (detect & locate in order to remove) SANDY AREAS IN DESERT FROM LAID MINES

Cause the sandstorm spread and buries land mines in depths that common metal detectors cant detect, KYKLOTRON E3 tech seeking a reliable and fast way for the detection and localization of laid land mines, for long scale demining purposes, mainly in sandy areas in the desert.

Specially in a huge area, DRAMS system could be a very fast detection method in 100%  accuracy.   

Cancelled projects planned by several countries due to the existing land mines now can go on.  

Demining in the desert can be safely done using our technology and experience.

Metal Detectors detect near. There are many and work well for some centimeters, but we need to detect explosives from further away, and in more depth.  The further away we detect explosives the safer we are.

                                                A Typical Military Metal Detector

Very Near Metal Detector Technology

Metal detectors transmit electromagnetic waves that reflect on a land mine and return.                    The distance they detect from is very small.

The typical depth of a buried land mine is approximately  10 -20 cm.

But after long time sandstorms the depth might be varied to many centimeters more...

Using DRAMS method , a typical plan includes 2 Kyklotron E3 systems (K1 - K2) , controlled by a computer server (K3). 4 Land mines (1,2,3,4) are buried in depth in the sand. 

The two Kyklotron E3 users detecting at the same time from different positions. When target detected users pressing a virtual button and the crossing lines (black color for the first effort) direction mapped onto the DRAMS computer server.  The exact point of land mine 1 is recorded at DRAMS digital database. Precisely  longitude and latitude of the mine are known.   

The two Kyklotron E3 users detecting a new target now. When the new target detected users pressing a virtual button and the crossing lines (red color for the second effort) direction mapped onto the DRAMS computer server.  The exact point of land mine 2 is recorded at DRAMS digital database. Precisely  longitude and latitude of the 2nd mine are known.   

The two Kyklotron E3 systems users detecting for a new target. When a new target detected users pressing a virtual button and the crossing lines (blue color for the third effort) direction mapped onto the DRAMS computer server.  The exact point of land mine 3 is recorded at DRAMS digital database. Precisely  longitude and latitude of the 3rd mine are known.   

The two Kyklotron E3 users detecting for a new target. When a new target detected users pressing a virtual button and the crossing lines (green color for the forth effort) direction mapped onto the DRAMS computer server.  The exact point of land mine 4 is recorded at DRAMS digital database. Precisely  longitude and latitude of the 4th mine are known.   

Using this simply method all land mines are recorded in accuracy and the demining phase is only a matter of time.  More information about how to detect and localize land mines here.

About DRAMS method click here