New TAROS UGV Unammned Ground Vehicle VOP IDET 13105173

 
 
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IDET 2017
International Defence and Security Technologies Fair
31 May - 3 June 2017
 
UGV TAROS at IDET 2017
 
 
Latest generation of TAROS UGV Unmanned Ground Vehicle produced by VOP at IDET 2017.
Latest generation of TAROS UGV (Unmanned Ground Vehicle) from the Czech Company VOP showed at IDET 2017, the International Defence and Security Technologies Fair in Czech Republic. The vehicle was developed by VOP CZ in collaboration with its subsidiary Centre for Advanced Field Robotics (CAFR), and Tactical Department of the Faculty of Military Leadership of the University of Defence in Brno.
     
Latest generation of TAROS UGV (Unmanned Ground Vehicle) from the Czech Company VOP showed at IDET 2017, the International Defence and Security Technologies Fair in Czech Republic. The vehicle was developed by VOP CZ in collaboration with its subsidiary Centre for Advanced Field Robotics (CAFR), and Tactical Department of the Faculty of Military Leadership of the University of Defence in Brno.
VOP TAROS UGV (Unmanned Ground Vehicle) at IDET 2017, International Defence and Security Technologies Fair in Brno, Czech Republic.
     

The TAROS UGV is designed to provide combat and logistic support in high-risk areas and complex environments. It can be used to monitor the perimeter of critical infrastructure but also to protect such areas using lethal or non-lethal weapons mounted on the vehicle.

The TAROS UGV is powered by accumulators of the 4x4 module. The module can be recharged by the ND 6050D charger powered by a combustion engine housed in the 2x2E module.

Each wheel of the TAROS is equipped with 10kW electro-motor drive-train, transmission and suspension systems, as well as an electro-mechanical actuator for steering. The damaged wheels or electro motor of the vehicle can be easily be replaced by the soldiers using onboard tool kit.

The TAROS has a length of 2.74m, 1.77m wide and 2.04m high. The gross weight of the vehicle is approximately 1,400kg.

The TAROS UGV is powered by electric/hybrid propulsion system. Each wheel is driven by an electric motor, which develops a power of 4.8kW.

It can be used as a cargo vehicle, reconnaissance vehicle, mobile communications command post, land mine / IED detection system and it can also carried a micro-unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to perform reconnaissance missions.
     
Latest generation of TAROS UGV (Unmanned Ground Vehicle) from the Czech Company VOP showed at IDET 2017, the International Defence and Security Technologies Fair in Czech Republic. The vehicle was developed by VOP CZ in collaboration with its subsidiary Centre for Advanced Field Robotics (CAFR), and Tactical Department of the Faculty of Military Leadership of the University of Defence in Brno.
Rear view of VOP TAROS UGV (Unmanned Ground Vehicle)
 

 

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