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Eurosatory 2012: MineWolf hint at micro-platform for anti-personnel mine clearance

12th June 2012 - 12:54 GMT | by Andrew White in Paris


MineWolf Systems has revealed plans to create its smallest mine clearance vehicle yet as it highlights growing demand in South America and South-East Asia, Shephard has been informed.

According to executives, the Swiss company is considering a 'micro' model to follow on from its existing MW370, Medium MineWolf MW330 and remote-piloted Mini MineWolf MW240 systems.

The three-ton variant would be designed to deactivate and clear anti-personnel mines in the jungles of Colombia for example, one executive described.

Currently, the MineWolf family of vehicles can be fitted with tillers, trails and robotic arms. But the company said it was also in

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Andrew White


Andrew White

Andrew is a former editor of Digital Battlespace and Unmanned Vehicles magazines. Andrew joined Shephard …

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