QinetiQ from U.S. and MILREM from Estonia introduce Titan unmanned ground vehicle at AUSA 10510164

 
 
AUSA 2016
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QinetiQ North America and MILREM at AUSA 2016
 
 
QinetiQ from U.S. and MILREM from Estonia introduce Titan unmanned ground vehicle at AUSA.
QinetiQ North America (QNA) and MILREM from Estonia introduce Titan unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) at the 2016 Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting in Washington , D.C., United States.
     
QinetiQ North America (QNA) and MILREM from Estonia introduce Titan unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) at the 2016 Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting in Washington , D.C., United States. MILREM Titan unmanned ground vehicle at AUSA 216, Association of United States Army Exhibition and Conference, in Washington D.C., United States.
     
Milrem is an Estonian company that specializes in the development of unmanned vehicles and repair and maintenance of heavy-duty military vehicles, and QinetiQ North America partnered to create a breakthrough UGV that combines Milrem's THeMIS (Tracked Hybrid Modular Infantry System), the first fully modular hybrid unmanned ground vehicle made for military applications, with QinetiQ North America's robotic control technology - the Tactical Robot Controller (TRC) and Robotic Appliqué Kit (RAK). This joint solution not only meets, but exceeds, the rigorous SMET program requirements. As a multi-mission vehicle platform, Titan is able to perform complex and hazardous tasks on the battlefield that are currently performed by soldiers.

"QinetiQ North America has a long history of providing the military with robust and reliable products that enable safer and more efficient operations. We are very excited to partner with Milrem and leverage QNA's unmanned ground vehicle technology to offer a new highly mobile, hybrid-electric robotic system that lightens the warfighter's load, increases soldier safety and improves mission endurance," said Jon Hastie , Product Manager at QinetiQ North America.


"We are thrilled to partner with QinetiQ NA, a pioneer and technology leader in the unmanned ground vehicle sector," said Kuldar Väärsi, CEO of Milrem. "QinetiQ North America's well-known and robust control system and Milrem's highly versatile modular vehicle platform combine to create an ideal solution that adapts to any mission, from logistics support to advanced weapon systems."

The Titan is a small, unmanned ground vehicle measuring just six by eight feet long (2.43m). It was developed by Estonian defense contractor Milrem, in cooperation with the Estonian National Defence college.

The Titan can be operated remotely or work autonomously, and can reach speeds of up to 21 miles an hour (35 km/h). It can go up to eight hours on an internal battery and fuel supply and carry up to 1,500 pounds 680 kg). The power pack consisting of a diesel engine and electrical generator slides out the slide for easy maintenance.
 

 

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