Hanwha Aerospace's Arion-SMET unmanned vehicle is set to undergo a performance test at a U.S
EDGE entity Milrem Robotics today unveiled the THeMIS Combat unmanned ground vehicle (UGV), equipped with the HALCON HUNTER 2-S swarming loitering munition at the DSEI-2023 arms fair in London. Jüri Pajuste, Defence R&D Director of Milrem Robotics, said: “Units can manoeuvre the THeMIS Combat with Hunter 2-S drones closer to the...
South Korean Hanwha Defense has unveiled an autonomous reconnaissance vehicle equipped with the Cheongeom (“Heavenly Sword”) anti-tank guided missile at the MSPO arms fair (Sept. 5-8) in Poland
Germany-based Rheinmetall has supplied Norway with its very first Mission Master XT, an extreme-terrain unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) capable of thriving in sub-zero temperatures. The Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (the prime institution responsible for defence-related research and development in Norway) awarded Rheinmetall the contract after it won a competitive bid with...
Havelsans “Barkan” unmanned ground vehicle has entered the inventory of Turkeys security forces. Barkan will be displayed at the upcoming 16th International Defense Industry Fair (IDEF 2023) in Istanbul from July 25-28
Turkeys Otokar has unveiled its new combat unmanned ground vehicle (UGV), called the Alpar that can perform missions together with manned and unmanned vehicles on the battlefield. This was
BAE Systems has tested manned-unmanned teaming (MUM-T) on the Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) C4UAS as a technology demonstration using IAI/ELTA Systems Ltds Rex MK II Unmanned Infantry Combat Support System. The teaming technology enhances mission effectiveness through greater situational awareness and decision making capabilities
Ukraines armed forces are reportedly using small unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) to scatter anti-tank mines. A
A European Defence Agency (EDA)-managed project to develop a fleet of unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) has been completed with a final demonstration of a system. The project
Rheinmetall and Elbit Systems have conducted a live fire demonstration of an automated 155mm L52 wheeled self-propelled howitzer. The demonstration of the new system took place in early March 2023 at the Shivta firing range in southern Israel