Geomine specializes in development and implementation of innovative subsurface solutions. By bringing its broad experience our team meets diversified project requirements in finding resourceful and highly efficient solutions.

The three main methods we use to identify the structure and characteristic of the subsurface are Hyperspectral, Magnetic and Seismic.

Gunfire and landmines kill 76 pro-regime fighters near Damascus, Syrian rebels behind this ambush

Firstpost - February 13, 2016
Director Rami Abdel Rahman on Saturday gave a new toll, documenting 45 pro-regime fighters killed by gunfire and another 31 killed when landmines...

'Smart People' review: Navigating racial land mines with skill

Newsday - February 12, 2016
There are racial and emotional land mines all around “Smart People,” the provocative, sharply observed and shrewdly breezy new play by Lydia R....

Avoiding Landmines: Trajectory of the Japan-China Relationship in 2016

The Diplomat - February 11, 2016
From a surface view, it appears that strained relations between Tokyo and Beijing are experiencing a slight détente. Japan's Prime Minister...

Iran's Landmines: A Never-Ending Nightmare

LobeLog - February 05, 2016
Akbar, 47, needs to wrap his leg stump in layer after layer of cloth. His leg was amputated after he stepped on a hidden landmine on his way from...

Double stretch: The journey to clearing Zimbabwe's landmines

ICRC (press release) - February 03, 2016
Nearly 40 years after the conflict ended, landmines laid along the Zimbabwe's border with Mozambique continue to pose a threat to the lives and...

Massoud Hassani's device eliminates landmines

gulfnews.com - January 28, 2016
The Mine Kafon Air is not the first landmine removal device designed by Hassani. He first attracted the attention of the international media a few...

NGOs waiting for green light to clear landmines

Eleven Myanmar - February 05, 2016
"The government has to go into detail to clear landmines by considering which areas should be prioritised and which organisations should do the...

Intellectual Property in Government Contracts – Landmines Abound

JD Supra (press release) - February 11, 2016
Intellectual property is often a company's most valuable asset. For companies with federal government customers, following the government's...

19 mln square meters of Sudanese lands cleared from landmines: UN official

Shanghai Daily (subscription) - January 21, 2016
Landmines have also killed around 3 million cattle in Sudan, not to mention that landmines also prevent rehabilitation of infrastructures and...

Kachin landmines kill 11 last year

Eleven Myanmar - January 31, 2016
The police said there was 52 mine blasts last year in the state, adding that the victims were mostly farmers, workers and children. Moe Thu, a social...

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Geomine’s revolutionary technology has been invented to radically reduce landmine contamination around the world

The tremendous advantage of this unique technology is the fact that the invented algorithm analyses massive amounts of data and identifies the areas which are CLEAR of mines. Geomine’s method allows for a quick and highly effective means of ELIMINATING THE CLEAR OF MINES AREA


According to international surveys approximately 80% of all land suspected as mined is in fact clear

Nitrogen is a core component in every explosive material. Eventually, the molecule leaks from the explosive and is then absorbed into the surrounding ground and vegetation. This process causes nitrogen contamination of the ground and vegetation, not visible to the human eye. However, the use of a Hyperspectral camera allows us to identify the areas where land mines are present and
which areas are completely free


Geomine’s technology can either confirm the presence of mines or their absence, thereby serving to release land which does not need to be cleared in the first place

Geomine’s solution allows not only pinpointing of the areas where the ERW are located but also, and maybe most importantly, it allows identifying of the areas where no ERW are present. According to UN data, approximately 80% of all land designated as mined is in fact clear. Therefore the economic and humanitarian value of pinpointing the mine-free areas is of real importance



Seismic method images the subsurface

Usage of this method allows to map the subsurface structure. Seismic method is a controlled generation of elastic waves by seismic source in order to obtain an image of the subsurface


Seismic method that images the undersurface can locate targets in the shallow levels of the Earth section

That is an effective tool for studying the shallow subsurface for various applications such as identification of tunnels, bunkers and other void subsurface parts


The seismic reflection technique consists of generating seismic waves and measuring the time taken for the waves to travel from the source, reflect off an interface and be detected by an array of receivers at the surface

Accompanies with data processing and interpretation phase to complete the whole subsurface image



The magnetic map allows a visualization of the geological structure of the upper section of the subsurface

Magnetic geophysical surveys measure small, localised variations in the Earth’s magnetic field. Magnetic anomalies are produced by objects which contain magnetic minerals and buried steel objects


By using magnetic method Geomine’s geophysical expertise will identify the shape, depth and properties of the object responsible for the anomalies such as landmines, Unexploded Ordnance and Explosive Remnants of War


Applications of magnetic alone or together with other methods allow to analyze the subsurface for any project requires buried object identification

Magnetometer surveys find underground objects such as landmines, Unexploded Ordnance, piles by detecting the magnetic anomalies they produce. Complementary usage of magnetic method along with hyperspectral method reduces false negative results (errors) to 0.1%


Avi Buzaglo Yoresh

Founder & Partner

Mr. Buzaglo‐ Yoresh spent over 20 years in the Israeli Defense Forces. He concluded his service as a Lieutenant Colonel and holds a M.Sc. in Geology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Yoresh has used his experience in the IDF working as a military geologist to find ways to detect landmines from a geological and chemical perspective rather than an approach based upon metal detection

Eva Peled

Eva Peled

Chief Executive Officer

Mrs. Peled served with the Israeli Air Force, where she concluded her service as a Captain, and she holds a BA in Business Management and a LLB from the Interdisciplinary Centre in Israel. Mrs. Peled has considerable business development experience representing international companies worldwide

Dr. Uri Frieslander

Dr. Uri Frieslander

Chief Operating Officer

Dr. Uri Frieslander spent more than 35 years as a senior Geophysicist in the Geophysical Institute of Israel (G.I.I) with 12 of them as CEO.
Uri holds a Ph.D. in Geophysics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
He gained impressive experience managing international and domestic geophysical projects. As Geomine’s COO, Uri’s vision involves looking into new opportunities in the subsurface world

Yana Sofovich

Yana Sofovich

Business Development

Yana is responsible for creating and managing various business and humanitarian interests for Geomine. She holds a BA in Social Science, a MA in Diplomacy and a MSc in Political Sociology from the London School of Economics. Yana joined the company after gaining considerable experience in International Relations and Business Development positions. Her core motive is trying to do whatever possible in order to change the world into a better place


Clients & Collaborations

Ministry of Defense
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Tel Aviv University
Geological Survey of Israel
Helmholtz Centre Potsdam
The Geophysical Institute of Israel
The Remote Sensing and G.I.S. Laboratories
Elbit Systems
Israel Aerospace Industries