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Mini-Robot to Support Air Force’s Bomb Disposal Teams

The Israeli robot company Roboteam has won a prestigious contract award worth $25 million to deliver and support small, lightweight MTGR (?) Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) robots to the U.S. Air Force. The contract funds the delivery and support of the robots through 2022.

Cobham Acquires German EOD-Robot Specialist Telerob

U.K. based Cobham plc announced today the acquisition of Telerob GmbH, a German-based manufacturer of bomb disposal robots. Cobham is paying EUR 78 million...

An Insight into the IEDs

EOD teams tasked with this dangerous mission utilize robotic systems to inspect the suspicious devices and deactivate it by disrupting or eliminating the activation...

Multi-Purpose Mini Robotic Platform

Technological Solutions Meeting Counter-Terror Indoor Challenges An example for a matured miniature robotic platform fully adapted to the urban, indoor and subterranean environment is the...

Dragon Runner Robotic UGV

QinetiQ Introduces a Field Transformable Small Robot // A new range of 'Dragon Runner' Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle (SUGV). was unveiled at AUSA...

First MAARS Weaponized Robot Delivered for Testing

Foster-Miller, a subsidiary of QinetiQ North America shipped the first Modular Advanced Armed Robotic System (MAARS) ground robot to the U.S. military under a...

Bobcat Based EOD Robot Sees First Action in Gaza

Autonomous Solutions, Inc., (ASI), a designer and manufacturer of unmanned vehicle systems, software, and components for industrial and military clients, today announced that their...

PackBot Tactical Robot

PackBot was first used by US ground troops in Afghanistan in 2002 to help clear caves and bunkers, search buildings and cross live anti-personnel...

Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) at the 2006 Eurosatory Exhibition

Robotic platforms can serve as an effective substitute for personnel for high-risk or highly fatiguing operations. Unmanned systems create a standoff capability that significantly...

IQBOT

The IQbot was designed to provide surveillance and first response capability in area contaminated by chemical, biological or radiological / Nuclear (CBRN) agents. The...

Unmanned Systems in BOA Program

The French BOA program will include several unmanned vehicles for airborne and ground applications. Among the systems considered are Autonomous Ground Vehicles (UGV) which will be...
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