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Israeli Defence Force Takes Unmanned Ground Systems


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G-NIUS Unmanned Ground Systems
: 08 June, 2010  (Application Story)
The AvantGuard UGCV from G-NIUS has been delivered to the IDF for use in counter IED and ground manoeuvring missions
Israeli Defence Force Takes Unmanned Ground Systems
G-NIUS Unmanned Ground Systems and Israel Aerospace Industries now unveil that the AvantGuard UGCV has been delivered to the IDF.

Based on the technological strength and capabilities of G-NIUSí Guardium UGV system, as well as building on the Tactical Amphibious Ground Support (TAGS) vehicle excellent manoeuvrability in harsh terrain environments, the AvantGuard UGCV significantly expands the applications envelope to encompass Counter IED (CIED) and ground manoeuvring combat missions.

Employing a set of modular payloads such as: Ground Penetrating Radar, Counter IED Jammer, Mini-Pop cooled thermal surveillance camera, Counter Human & Vehicle Detection Radar and more, and based on its inherent endurance, AvantGuard can be effectively deployed in a variety of combat missions including: Counter IED, Advance Guard, Armed Sentry, Combat Logistic Support, CASEVAC and more. It is controlled by a mobile or portable Operational Control Unit (OCU), and can also operate in a Follow-me mode, where it is autonomously trailing a guide-foot soldier.

The rapid and effective integration of the Guardium's autonomous kit to the TAGS platform underscores the robustness and adaptability of G-NIUS' strapped-on autonomy approach.

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