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16/12/2015 TIRAMISU consortium releases video on tools for Non-Technical Survey
TIRAMISU partners working on Non-Technical Survey have developed a series of geospatial tools, services and guidelines based on satellite remote sensing, aerial photography (from fixed-wing aircrafts, helicopters and multirotor Unmanned Aircraft Systems) and GIS applications. These tools h...
02/10/2015 TIRAMISU final field demo succesfully took place in Meerdael, Belgium
On the 24th of September 2015, the final field trials of the Mine Action tools developed by the members of the two European FP7 Projects TIRAMISU and D-BOX – took place at Meerdael, which is home to DOVO-SEDEE (the Belgian Explosive Removal Unit) in presen
20/07/2015 TIRAMISU and ICARUS present successfully their SAR and humanitarian demining system in the EU Civil Protection Forum 2015
15/05/2015 Successful participation of TIRAMISU in the 2015 EU Civil Protection Forum
The 5th European Civil Protection Forum took place in Brussels on 6 and 7 May 2015, featuring a conference as well as an indoor exhibition and outdoor live demonstrations. The TIRAMISU FP7 research project, which aims to provide the Mine Action community with a toolbox to assist in a...

TIRAMISU consortium releases new project Presentation Video

The updated version of the TIRAMISU presentation video can be found here.

Landmine and UXO Threats

Humanitarian Demining is a thorough, time-consuming process that seeks to pinpoint the locations of all mines so that the land or sea area in question may be safely returned to its original use. A comprehensive approach to ensuring this process is carried out effectively is vital.

Project Overview

Anti-personnel landmines and unexploded ordnance (UXOs) present an important obstacle to the transition from crisis to peace for war-affected countries. They threaten post-conflict development and welfare.
The objective of the TIRAMISU project is to provide the Mine Action community with a toolbox to assist in addressing the many issues related to Humanitarian Demining, thus promoting peace, national and regional security, conflict prevention, social and economic rehabilitation and post-conflict reconstruction.