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1. Robotic platforms have a single wheel chassis system – 4x4 with independent control of each wheel, which reduces the likelihood of boxing or turning the platform regardless of the depth or angle of the obstacles.
2. Both platforms integrate with reconnaissance systems, UAVs and drones.
3. The hybrid power plant provides quiet movement.
4. Each of the platforms can be used to remotely launch unmanned aerial vehicles.
5. The platforms have sufficient capacity to meet the needs of electricity units when performing tasks in non-urban settings.
6. Low path sensors and detectors.
7. No passengers inside.
8. Mounted armor, which, depending on the tasks you can fix or remove.


  • Increase situational awareness

  • Lighten the Soldiers’ physical and cognitive workloads

  • Sustain the force with increased distribution, throughput, and efficiency

  • Facilitate movement and manoeuvre

  • Protect the force

  • Flexible frame chassis

  • 20 km/h maximum speed

  • Towing up to 1 ton

  • Useful load 600 kg

  • Max distance 130 km

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Designed for reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition (RSTA) missions to increase the security of personnel manning forward locations. It can be positioned in remote areas not accessible or too dangerous for human soldiers.
Operation of the platform is easy and intuitive, each wheel has its own electric engine with epitrochoid harmonic drive to ensure robust torque transmission to ensure steady footing in rough terrain and on steep slopes. Remote control is enabled via secure radio control channel with backup fiber-optic line. Each Ironclad radio system extends reach of network coverage and allows connection of additional MESH nodes. Modular layered armor allows quick replacement of damaged parts

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We are working hard to make our unmanned vehicle as effective and reliable as possible. Our UGVs are continuously tested with Ukrainian Military Forces, with very high level of requirements originating in battlefields of war-plagued Eastern Ukraine. There's a lot to learn from field tests and we are constantly improving our UGV, striving for best electronics, precision mechanics and software available on the market today.



Add-On Armor

Upgradable armor makes perfect addition to steel body, protecting it where it is most needed. While at the moment it is capable to stop 7,62 bullets we are working hard on developing reinforced armor plates.


Inner structure

Our UGV has a time-proven turning joint and Flexible Frame chassis, that provide perfect maneuvrability in hard terrain, and allow to use hard suspension that dramatically increases fire accuracy. Separate body part with diesel power generator and one with Li-Io battery pack allow for simple maintenance and repair in battlefield conditions.

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Makes a perfect long term support vehicle. While we are working on improvements for our next models, existing one can be easily upgraded in many different aspects.


For logistics and evacuation tasks on the battle line and beyond, extending the reach without exposing personnel to unnecessary danger. Camel doubles as a surveillance platform, collecting and storing video and sensor data for processing. Hybrid powertrain allows Camel to last during weeks in surveillance mode. Useful load 600 kg, towing weight up to 1 ton. Independent 4×4 wheel control and flexible frame chassis ensures steady footing in rough terrain and on steep slopes.

Lightweight, hybrid and powerful, it carries a 600 kg with a weight of 600 kg, and tows a light truck in addition to that. Created for the most demanding and difficult tasks, it is compartible with C4VISION systems that allows to plan supply routes or run it at the remote control to discover new pathes.

Designed multifunctional

The Camel platform is ready for integration with C4ISR systems, UAVs and copters, serving as remote drone carrier platform and launch pad. Continuing development of Camel heads toward contactless drone charging and increasing remote control and surveillance to 30 km zone. Camel’s onboard generator can be used for power supply in remote zones.


  • L2166/W1660/ H787 MM

  • Flexible frame chassis

  • 20 km/h maximum speed

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    Towing up to 1 ton

  • Useful load 600 kg

  • Max distance 130 km

  • Synchronous 7 kw engine

  • Replacing humans in danger zones



Capable of day and night 24/7 operation, it was designed with emphasis on operational simplicity, low cost and high maintainability. Round trip distance for Camel resupply unit along electronic path is over 30 km.

Unmanned systems have the potential to provide a revolutionary leap ahead in military capabilities.
Enabling ISR capability at the section or platoon level will result in faster observe, orient, decide and act decision cycles, leading to an increase in enemy acquisition and decreases in small unit response times. Use of unmanned ground and air vehicles assist soldiers in remaining undetected by remotely controlling unmanned systems.