Teledyne FLIR Defense Launches SUGV 325 Military Robot at Eurosatory-2024

The SUGV 325 can be used in military operations such as surveillance and reconnaissance, EOD and remote CBRN inspection.
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  • 08:49 AM, June 17, 2024
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Teledyne FLIR Defense Launches SUGV 325 Military Robot at Eurosatory-2024
SUGV 325 robot

Teledyne FLIR Defense has unveiled its latest product, the SUGV 325 portable and modular robot, at the Eurosatory-2024 exhibition in Paris.

Designed to enhance dismounted and mobile operations, the SUGV 325 is a single-person-carry unmanned ground platform, weighing approximately 20 pounds (9.1 kg) in its lightest configuration. Despite its lightweight design, the robot is built for ruggedness and durability, capable of traversing rough terrain and climbing stairs with ease.

At the core of the SUGV 325 is its manipulator arm, boasting five degrees of freedom. This feature enables users to perform delicate and complex tasks with precision, enhancing operational efficiency in various scenarios. The robot is equipped with an array of sensors, including HD visible, long-wave infrared (LWIR), and stitched 360-degree cameras, along with 30x optical zoom and two-way audio communication, providing heightened situational awareness for operators.

The SUGV 325 can be used in military operations such as surveillance and reconnaissance, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), and remote Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) inspection.

The SUGV 325 also offers improved mobility, capable of speeds up to 7 mph (11.3 kph), facilitating rapid deployment in various operational scenarios. The robot's expandable payload accommodates a wide range of payloads and accessories, allowing operators to customize it to meet mission requirements. Utilizing the uPoint Multi-Robot Control System, the SUGV 325 offers operation via touchscreen control and hand-controller, compatible with various Android tablet sizes and Nett Warrior and ATAK systems.

The SUGV 325 also boasts a rugged design, connecting to the Wave Relay MANET for network connectivity. Its onboard battery operation can last up to eight hours, ensuring sustained performance in the field.

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