Kampfmittelerkundung für Kommunen
News of bomb discoveries always causes a stir among the population, in a reminder of the dangerous remnants of the Second World War that are still slumbering in the soil of our cities, oftentimes only to be discovered during earthworks. To minimize the danger to local residents and site personnel, our specialists investigate the local effects of war before groundbreaking.
Since 1991, our experienced aerial image interpreters have been analyzing images that were captured from the air by the allied forces during the war. In doing so, they record former military facilities, ruins, filled pits, bomb craters, and suspected unexploded ordinance sites, which they subsequently document in reports and depict in maps. If abnormalities are detected in the investigation area, technical weapons investigations can be carried out on-site as a further measure.
The IABG is listed as a specialist company of aerial imagery evaluation in the directories of the Bavarian Interior Ministry and the bomb-disposal services Rhineland-Palatinate and is a member of the Güteschutzgemeinschaft KampfmittelThe IABG is listed as a specialist company of aerial imagery evaluation in the directories of the Bavarian Interior Ministry and the bomb-disposal services Rhineland-Palatinate and is a member of the Güteschutzgemeinschaft Kampfmittelräumung Deutschland e.V.
- Provision of wartime aerial images
- Evaluation of archives
- Image Interpretation
- Mapping effects of war
- Report Generation
- Recommendations for action
- Historico-genetic evaluation
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