A sign warning of the danger of landmines hangs on a barbed-wire fence in the Golan Heights, near the border between the Israel and Syria. (AP/Bernat Armangue) AP/Bernat Armangue

With landmines threatening millions of people every day all over the world, an Israeli company is working to eliminate the problem as quickly as possible.

Nearly 1.2 million landmines were laid in Israel alone during the 1950s and 1960s, which represents just a fraction of the mines threatening populations across the globe.

Some 50,000 acres of land were contaminated with landmines across the Golan Heights, Arava Valley, and along the Jordan River. In 2012, the Israel Mine Action Authority began a clearing process.

However, demining is usually dangerous and expensive. This Israeli company has answers to these dangers and a plan to clear the world of landmines in the foreseeable future!