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German Army uses ARX Landysteme GEREON UGVs for training

By Defence Industry Europe

The German Army Infantry School in Hammelburg has recently deployed two cutting-edge GEREON unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs), developed by the German technology company, ARX Landsysteme.

 

The GEREON UGVs are being used in ‘Robotic Breach’ operations. This involves the clearance of various obstacles in challenging wooded and urban terrains. A critical feature of these systems is the gathering and analysis of sensor data. This data is crucial for enhancing and complementing existing artificial intelligence models, thereby improving operational efficiency and safety.

 

The German Army Infantry School in Hammelburg has recently deployed two cutting-edge GEREON systems, developed by the renowned German technology company, ARX Landsysteme.
Photo: ARX Landsysteme.

 

One of the standout features of the GEREON UGVs is their integrated Acoustic Sensor Module. This module is part of over ten different ‘click-and-go’ payloads for the GEREON RCS. It enables infantry squads to immediately detect and accurately locate enemy fire, especially in complex terrains. This feature is a game-changer in terms of battlefield awareness and response capabilities.

 

 

Moreover, the latest version, GEREON 3 unmanned ground vehicle, is equipped with advanced technology, including the capability to climb stairs and 360-degree sensor technology. This technology is pivotal for swift threat identification within buildings, a crucial advantage in urban warfare scenarios.

 

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