Demining action is inevitable owing to numerous mines present around the world. Landmine Free states that more than 5000 people get injured or killed every single year due to landmine mishaps and ERW (Explosive Remnants of War) shells scattered all over through current and former war zones. 60-80 Mn landmines are still found to be active as well as hazardous for active community.
The countries torn by war, like Cambodia, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Croatia, and numerous European and African ones are facing a vital problem in the form of landmines. The United Nations (UN) is investing extensively on these areas to be mine-free so that they could be used for commercial, industrial, or residential purposes. The other organizations like GICHD (Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining) are also lending support to demining activities all over.
At the same time, the fact that high initial as well as maintenance costs of the mechanical mine clearance system act as a restraint to the market can’t be ignored. Persistence Market Research has walked through these facets with subsequent steps to be taken in its latest market study entitled “Mechanical Mine Clearance System Market”.
Mechanical Mine Clearance System Market Classification
The global mechanical mine clearance system market, by type of product, spans mine tiller, mine flail, and combined machine. By operation, it’s remote control operation/robotic vehicle and manual operation. Out of these, combined machine holds the largest market share. Persistence Market Research has entailed these facts with future perspectives in its latest market study entitled “Mechanical Mine Clearance System Market”.
Europe holds more than 40% of the market share, followed by North America. However, the Asia-Pacific and MEA are expected to grow at the fastest rate in the mechanical mine clearance system market due to growing awareness regarding the same. Japan is leading from the front. Persistence Market Research has etched these findings with insights in its latest market study entitled “Mechanical Mine Clearance System Market”.
Persistence Market Research has profiled the key participants in mechanical mine clearance system market as Hydrema Holding ApS, Rheinmetall AG, Armtac Ltd., Aardvark Clear Mine Ltd., Digger DTR – Demining Technologies, CEFA, Way Industries A.S., DOK-ING d.o.o., MineWolf Systems AG, Scanjack AB, and likewise.
Persistence Market Research has also moved ahead with mentioning about the developments on this count. For instance – Digger DTR – Demining Technologies has its classy demining system called “Digger D-250”, which was one of the finalists of Robotics Competition held in Dubai in 2017.
The Way Ahead
The global mechanical mine clearance system market is slated to grow on a clairvoyant note in the next 10 years – Persistence Market Research.