Milipol 2015: Unmanned Vehicles for Homeland Security

A collection of photos taken at Milipol 2015 depicting new unmanned systems, payloads and robotics spotted by Defense Update team at the event. All photos: Tamir Eshel, Defense-Update

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Thales SpyRanger
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SpyRanger payload
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Flysense X4 Secure
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Thunderbee
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T-STAMP payload
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Guardian Angel
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Malou drone snatcher
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CPM Drone Fighter
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Cyclone anti-riot drone
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Aero-Surveillance ASV-150
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Anti-riot drone payload
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Jammer mini-drone payload
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EZ-K9 concealled IED detector
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Mini-robot with disruptor
RAFAEL's Rambot is also based on Roboteam's IRIS. The Rambot employs a grenade size fragmentation charge mounted on the robot. The robot is safely controlled from a distance, through the robotic operation system. Once reaching the target and verifying it, the unit is armed, triggering the fragmentation charge. If the target is not located or cannot be engaged satisfactorily, the Rambot can be retrieved and disarmed.
Rambot Suicide robot.
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Tracked TeleMax EOD robot
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Wheeled TeleMax

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