Tuesday, July 31, 2007

The Dirty-Cheap Personal Mine Detector

The US military is using robotic mine detectors in Iraq and Afganistan, but the cost is really high: $20,000 each, and they need a lot of them.

Making an effort to those poor countries that still have land mines, we deviced a simple detector that can be pushed by a person or an animal.

Soldiers on foot were used as guinea pigs to explore mined fields since the American Civil War. Now there is a better solution for under $40. The handles can be enlarged by any long piece of wood, such as broom handles.

cheapo mine detector

We can provide cheap solutions for big problems, preferently website promotion, rather than mine detection.

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