The Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) published A Study of Mechanical Application in Demining in June 2004. The study looked at the most suitable roles for machines in demining, examined the potential for machines to be considered a primary clearance tool, explained factors involved in protecting operators and presented a software model to help programme managers understand the cost-effectiveness of their mechanical assets. In 2005, the GICHD plans to release six more sub-studies related to mechanical demining. The following article explains some aspects of the operational tasks where machines are currently employed.
"Machines Can Get the Job Done Faster,"
Journal of Mine Action
: Vol. 8
, Article 47.
Available at: https://commons.lib.jmu.edu/cisr-journal/vol8/iss2/47
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