Unmanned Systems.


The use of unmanned systems on land is becoming increasingly important for the military and security authorities. The use of UGVs (unmanned ground vehicles) opens up new possibilities for armed forces in semi- and fully autonomous reconnaissance, IED and NBC defence as well as in supporting medical and logistics units.


Unmanned ground vehicles for tactical operations.

Unmanned ground vehicles.


The IRIS (Individual Robotic lntelligence System) is a small, quickly deployable, robust and handheld UGV. The system is designed to support special forces, regular military and law enforcement agencies. IRIS can penetrate small and confined spaces above or below ground while providing real-time intelligence and reconnaissance information.

Features:
  • Special Operations
  • Urban combat management
  • Public safety
  • Underground and sewer inspection
  • Relay for mobile communication
Technical details
  • Weight: 1.8 kg
  • Service life: 2-3 h
  • Speed: 4 km/h
  • Cameras: 2 integrated cameras for day and night video in real-time

The MTGR platform (Micro Tactical Ground Robot) is a lightweight tactical UGV with high manoeuvrability for indoor and outdoor applications. The MTGR is specifically designed to support military, law enforcement and security organizations. MTGR can be used day and night in difficult terrain.

Features:
  • Reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition
  • Underground and sewer inspection
  • EOD
  • For special forces, or as first responder
  • NBC Detection
Technical details
  • Weight: 11.5 kg
  • Payload: 10 kg
  • Service life: 3 h
  • Speed: 3.5 km/h
  • Cameras: 5 integrated cameras for 360° real-time day and night vision,
    2 cameras on the gripper & optional mast camera

The PROBOT (Professional Robot) platform is designed as an autonomous, robust, lightweight tactical support vehicle with high mobility and off-road capability in urban and rural environments. Equipped with a fully electric drive train and a particularly small thermal and acoustic signature, PROBOT can also transport heavy payloads. The UGV system is recommended for applications such as logistics, casevac and reconnaissance.

Features:
  • Driverless transport system
  • Reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition sensors
  • SAR
  • Emergency evacuation
  • Multisensor integration for detection, protection and combat
Technical details
  • Weight: 435 kg
  • Payload: max. 750 kg
  • Speed: 4 km/h
  • Cameras: 360° day and night video in real time
  • Tele-Op-Modus, Autonomous mode, Follow Me / Convoy mode
  • ROCU-7

The TIGR (Transportable Interoperable Ground Robot) is a medium UGV. The highly mobile, all-weather system can be used on any terrain. TIGR has state-of-the-art day and night vision modules. The UGV is therefore suitable for IED and NBC defence operations. Its modular design enables the future integration of innovative gripper arms as well as ABC sensors and EOD payloads.

Features:
  • CIED
  • Reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition sensors
  • Hand ling of hazardous goods
  • NBRC-Detection
Technical details
  • Weight: 80 kg
  • Lifting capacity: max. 19 kg
  • Service life: 6-10 h
  • TV and thermal imaging camera

Control unit.


The ROCU-7 (Ruggedized Operator Contra Unit -7″ screen) is a universal, hand-held control unit. It allows a single operator to control multiple unmanned systems (land, air or sea-based) with a single device. The Windows-based ROCU-7 offers complete operational and tactical control, comprehensive mission management and improved coordination of the armed forces.

Features:
  • Enhanced situational awareness
  • Transmission in real time
  • Risk minimization due to the Iarge safety distance
  • Human machine interface
Technical details
  • Operating system: Windows Pro
  • Service life: 3-6 h
  • Control via joysticks
  • Intuitive user interface