At the invitation of the Heinz Sielmann Foundation and BIMA, the advantages and challenges of using drone-based survey technology, such as the MagDrone R4, to search for munitions were discussed on site in Kyritz-Ruppiner Heide, and a test campaign was decided.
As the Heinz Sielmann Foundation is responsible for the maintenance of the heath, it is important to define contaminated areas and to make it easier to plan both the risk and the use of technology on these areas.
Since the Kyritz-Ruppiner Heide has been intensively used for military purposes by the Soviet armed forces since 1950 and later by the German Federal Armed Forces, up to 1.5 million tons of explosive ordnance are suspected around the former Bombodrom.
SENSYS supports with its expertise in magnetic measurement methods and the know-how from the airborne recording of measurement data.
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