Jun 10, 2022
Milrem Robotics, the leading European robotics and autonomous systems developer, is the most represented in its field at this year’s Eurosatory exhibition in Paris with a total of eight differently configured THeMIS intelligent robotic systems on display.
Of the eight unmanned ground vehicles (UGV) at the show, two are exhibited at Milrem Robotics’ stand, one at the live demonstration and five in the stands of various partners.
Eurosatory 2022 features five THeMIS Combat UGVs integrated with weapon stations by the top of their field manufacturers like KONGSBERG, Hornet, Nexter, EOS and FN Herstal.
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In addition, the company exhibits their autonomous THeMIS Observe UGV intended for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions that is also integrated into Milrem Robotics’ command and control (C2) system.
One of the THeMIS’ at the show features an electro-optical targeting system and is displayed on the stand of Krauss-Maffei Wegmann and another is the Route Clearance UGV on CNIM’s stand.
“The THeMIS is the world’s most fielded autonomous UGV in its size class, having been acquired by 13 countries, eight of which are NATO members. THeMIS has experience from hot Mali to arctic Norway to some jungle regions with extreme humidity,” said Kuldar Väärsi, CEO of Milrem Robotics. “Having eight vehicles at Europe’s leading defence exhibition with various payloads by world-leading companies illustrates the versatility of the platform and is a huge compliment.”
Additionally exhibited during the event is the Type-X Robotic Combat Vehicle that is equipped with KONGSBERG’s PROTECTOR RT40 and the Straight Obstacle Blade by Pearson Engineering.