Vehicles with a Mind of their Own

Kemp, Ian; Biass, Eric H.
June 2008
Armada International;Jun/Jul2008, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p36
The article focuses on the military applications of unmanned ground vehicles (UGV). The goal of developing the military in developing UGV is to obtain a vehicle that is able to carry out a scout mission on its own, according to the author. Chrysor UGV was developed by Germany's Robowatch by partnering with Diehl, Thales and Iabg. The Roboscout is the other UGV developed in Germany, the author said. The G-nius UGV was developed by the joint venture between Elbit Systems and Israel Aerospace Industries.


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