Explosives' Detection and Remote Detonation Drone

  • Alaa Hammouda 131Roushdy, Alexandria, Egypt
Keywords: Drone, explosive, laser, detonation, bomb disposal, GPS.

Abstract

A device, system and method for the purposes of remotely detecting and detonating explosives by laser, whether located on ground, on an altitude or high grounds, dropped by a parachute; or on a moving vehicle.  Allowing zero human interaction with the explosive and sending vital information about the size, dimensions, material, specifications and range of the possible explosion to avoid casualties, save human lives, costs, and time. The device is also waterproof to be able to operate in heavy rain, and equipped with 2 strong front LEDs to operate in the dark, and a GPS locator and hardware/software module to allow it to return to base automatically or recovered if lost. 

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Published
2016-09-20
Section
Articles