Mine Lines topics in the art of mine warfare, awareness precedes preparedness, Vol. 2, No. 2, April 1995
Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
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The content of the discussions at the symposium left little doubt that the entire spectrum of activities that involve dealing with hazardous materials and environments is one that is very appropriate for robotic applications. A major purpose of the symposium was to demonstrate the similarities of the technical problems that arise in civilian as well as military applications. Identification of common areas of interest and common needs for solutions is a first step in organizing focussed funding that crosses Federal Agency jurisdictional lines.
Technical Symposium on Autonomous Vehicles in Mine Warfare, April 4-7, 1995Includes: Quick-Look Summary of April Symposium; Too Many Munitions, Not Enough Time -by Chris O Donnell; Formation of the Mine Warfare AssociationPublished at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA 93943 in association with the Mine Warfare Asssociation, "To Enhance Communication about Mine Warfare"
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