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Elsight Provides Communications Links for the Amstaf

Elsight received an initial order for ten Communications on the Move (COTM) secure, two-way communications suits from Automotive Robotic Industry (ARI), for integration in ARI's Amstaf Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV). Elsight's communications systems provide military-grade, secure and continuous two-way audio, video, and data transmissions, enabling safe and reliable remote operations of UGVs.

Amphibious Capabilities at the Singapore Airshow

While the Singapore Airshow is primarily an aerospace event, amphibious capabilities are receiving high attention here, addressing growing interest in Singapore and other nations in the region to enabling their military and first responders to go anywhere, moving in water, through channels, swamps, or mud. Following are few of the new amphibious systems and capabilities that caught our attention at the airshow.

ST Kinetics Pursueing Combat Robotics, with Foreign UGV Developers

Singapore Technologies Kinetics is highlighting at the Singapore Airshow two unmanned ground vehicle systems (UGV) demonstrating robotics applications of combat systems - the Israeli Amstaff and Estonian TheMIS.

AUVSI 2012 Photo Report

AUVSI Israel 2012 opened in Tel Aviv today, gathering over 500 participants, 43 exhibitors and an impressive roster of speakers and presenters from across all industry and military branches. some are depicted in the following photo report. In the exhibit halls, a number of new systems were displayed for the first time. A more detailed review on some of the systems will follow soon.

ISDEF 2011 – First Impressions

ISDEF 2011 in Photos: Silver Shadow Gilboa APR | A Compact Concept Weapon from Cornershot | Magshoe 3D - Beefing the Gatekeeper | Amstaf Tactical Robot | Virtual World to Prepare Soldiers for the Real FightGunshot Detecting UAVs | CTI unveils the Octopus, Wearable Computer for the IDF | Rigged for Rough Rides

Amstaff Robot Expands Capabilities as Tactical Support UGV

A new robot at the show is new weaponized version of the Amstaf from Automotive Robotic Industries (ARI). The company has already displayed the security guard version in the past, and the system is currently being evaluated for airport security missions. The combat support vehicle represents ARI's concept of a vehicle combining the fire support and load carrying platform (mule), supporting dismounted infantry teams.