Milrem Robotics Articles
Multiscope Rescue UGV used in search and rescue exercise
The Estonian Disaster Relief Team (EDRT) utilised Milrem Robotics’ Multiscope Rescue unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) during an urban search and rescue (USAR) exercise last week. The UGV was used to transport rescue equipment of two USAR units to the operation area allowing members of the unit conserve energy and reach survivors quicker.
Developing a standardised European unmanned ground system
A consortium led by Milrem Robotics and composed of several major defence, communication and cybersecurity companies and high technology SMEs was awarded €30.6m from the European Commission’s European Defence Industrial Development Programme (EDIDP) to develop a European standardised unmanned ground system.
Milrem Type-X RCV with John Cockerill CPWS II turret
Milrem Robotics and John Cockerill Defense today showcased the Type-X RCV Robotic Combat Vehicle with the Cockerill Protected Weapons Station Gen. II (CPWS II) to select military forces from around the world.
Milrem Robotics completes first deployment in Mali
Provider of robotic solutions for challenging environments, Milrem Robotics successfully completed its first deployment period of its unmanned ground vehicle, THeMIS, in operation Barkhane in Mali.
Two UGVs to be delivered to the DTSL UK
Milrem Robotics has announced it is to deliver two unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) to the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) of the United Kingdom.
Duo partner to enable a true autonomous mission
The ability to operate in high threat environments, without putting warfighters or service people at risk, is one of the single biggest challenges for an autonomous future today.
Project for UGV system submitted to European Commission
A consortium led by the Estonian Milrem Robotics and composed of several major defence, communication and cyber security companies and high technology SMEs established in the EU submitted their application to the European Commission’s European Defence Industrial Development Programme (EDIDP) for a multi-mission unmanned ground system capable of being teamed with manned and aerial vehicles.