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A review of satellite and airborne sensors for remote sensing based detection of minefields and landmines

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This paper focuses on the use of space and airborne sensors that can be applied to detect landmines and minefields. First the landmine and minefield problem is addressed and examples of the use of remote sensing images are presented that could provide valuable information for the mine action process and assist in conventional minefield and landmine detection methods. This is followed by an overview on relevant (declassified) aspects related to strategic overhead detection techniques developed by the military/intelligence community as well as those of civilian space and airborne remote sensing programmes. The airborne sensing techniques describe the state of the art of sensors such as optical (film, multi- and hyperspectral sensors), thermal infrared as well as microwave sensors and their suitability--limitations for remote sensing based minefield and landmine detection purposes.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2004-12-01

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