Using Drones to Rid the World of Landmines

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Massoud Hassani, an Afghan-born Dutch artist and designer who first caught the public’s attention with Mine Kafon, recently stated his ambition to rid the world of landmines in the next ten years.

To accomplish this important and extremely challenging goal, Hassani has a high-tech solution: aerial drones that locate and detonate mines.

Hassani has collaborated with military experts, demining NGOs and world-renowned museums. His background in art brings an unconventional approach to the problems created by landmines and dangerous unexploded remnants of war.

To read more about Hassani’s latest idea, please click here.



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