KADDB at SOFEX 2014: First presentation of the Multi-Functional Robot

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SOFEX 2014
The Special Operations Forces Exhibition & Conference
Amman
, Jordan
6 - 8 May 2014
 
KADDB at SOFEX 2014
 
 
Thursday, May 6, 2014 11:19 PM
 
KADDB at SOFEX 2014: First presentation of the Multi-Functional Robot
By Stylianos Kanavakis
The King Abdullah Design and Development Bureau showcases at SOFEX 2014 its new Multi-Function Robot. It is a wireless controlled robotic vehicle designed to carry out long-range missions, using its passive distance-measuring camera.
     
The King Abdullah Design and Development Bureau showcases at SOFEX 2014 its new Multi-Function Robot. It is a wireless controlled robotic vehicle designed to carry out long-range missions, using its passive distance-measuring camera.
Local company KADDB is showcasing the "Multi-Function Robot" at SOFEX 2014 for the first time.
     

As a 6x6 vehicle it is able to move in rough terrain and its 200 kg load capacity make it an ideal platform for a wide range of uses, such as EOD operations, logistics, battlefield recovery, ISR platform and so on. KADDB is presenting it in an antitank configuration, with a twin PRG-32, remote-controlled launcher integrated on it.

Technical Specifications:
· 6x6 wheel drive.
· Daylight-readable, anti-glare screen.
· Fully electrically-driven.
· Estimated speed of 12 km/hr on asphalt roads.
· Capable of passing over a 45 cm trench without any performance degradation.
· Capable of passing a 20 cm vertical step in both forward and reverse directions without any performance degradation.
· Two navigation cameras (front and rear)
· 2-way audio system
· Operational time of 2-3 hours
· Portable control unit in weatherproof casing.

     
The second member of the KADDB robotic vehicles is the mini UGV, whose earlier version is in use with the Jordanian Police – EOD Unit. Is it a remote-controlled mini-unmanned guided vehicle, with 2x4 movement.
KADDB is also showcasing a mini UGV
     

The second member of the KADDB robotic vehicles is the mini UGV, whose earlier version is in use with the Jordanian Police – EOD Unit. Is it a remote-controlled mini-unmanned guided vehicle, with 2x4 movement.

It has two coloured cameras, one in the front and one in the rear. During Army Recognition’s meeting with the KADDB engineers, we were briefed that the second generation of the mini-UGV is under development.

Technical specifications:
Range: 25 m.
Payload: 2 kg.
Vehicle weight: 3 kg.
Control unit weight: 1.3 kg.
Endurance: 1 hour
Screen width: 7 inches.

 

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