iCandy: Checking Things Out

A space telescope's mirror array, a liquid scanner at airports, and a body-mounted video camera are among the tools for examining what's around us

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The U.S. Army uses an MV-4 remotely controlled mine clearance vehicle manufactured by DOK-ING, a Croatian company that specializes in unmanned vehicles, to search for improvised explosive devices in Helmand province, Afghanistan. The ruggedized front loader can clear up to 2200 square meters per hour.

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