Milrem Robotics demonstrates technological leadership at Eurosatory 2024

Source: Milrem Robotics, Defence Industry Europe

This year’s largest European defence industry event, Eurosatory 2024, featured the biggest-ever presence of unmanned combat systems by the world-leading robotics and autonomous systems developer Milrem Robotics.

 

Altogether, 10 of the company’s robotic systems were on display at the exhibition, which took place from June 17 to 21 in Paris, France. Eight of these systems were different versions of the THeMIS Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) and two Type-X Robotic Combat Vehicles (RCV).

In addition to Milrem Robotics’ stand, systems were showcased together with leading industry partners: Avalor.AI, CNIM, KNDS, KONGSBERG, and Thales, additionally featuring integrated technology by FN Herstal, Metravib Defence, Leonardo, Rheinmetall, Pearson Engineering, and Vegvisir.

 

This year’s largest European defence industry event, Eurosatory 2024, featured the biggest-ever presence of unmanned combat systems by the world-leading robotics and autonomous systems developer Milrem Robotics.
Photo: Defence Industry Europe.

 

“The vast number of partners demonstrated that Milrem Robotics’ unmanned combat systems were preferred for payload integrations and battlefield deployment. The THeMIS UGV was already part of robotics programmes in 18 countries worldwide and assisting Ukrainian soldiers with casualty evacuation and route clearance in the war with Russia,” said Kuldar Väärsi, CEO of Milrem Robotics.

“Milrem had integrated more payloads than any other UGV provider and had a detailed understanding of how these payloads should be integrated and how to ensure the payload’s performance to its maximum capability,” Väärsi added.

 

This year’s largest European defence industry event, Eurosatory 2024, featured the biggest-ever presence of unmanned combat systems by the world-leading robotics and autonomous systems developer Milrem Robotics.
Photo: Defence Industry Europe.

 

Milrem Robotics’ Chief Sales Officer Patrick Shepherd added: “Our products’ integration into multiple nations’ combat formations reduced our customers’ overall integration and procurement risk. Milrem had the lessons learned and depth of experience to ensure a smooth integration into the military forces.”

 

 

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