Symposium on technology and the mine problem
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The 1996 Symposium on Technology and the Mine Problem explores and celebrates the rapid maturation of mine-threatrelevant technologies on land and at sea. These emergent and maturing technologies hold the promise of mitigating the seriousness of the mine problem in both military and humanitarian contexts. In particular, technological ad vances in vehicles, navigation and control, sensors, power plants, and materials make it possible to bring increasing degrees of automation (robotics) to bear on the difficult, expensive and time-consuming arts of mine countermeasures.
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