On Friday, Synergy DPE, a Ukrainian business, revealed that its new modular unmanned ground vehicle has passed the next round of factory testing.
The Mirotvorets (Peacekeeper in English) wheeled, multi-mission, unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) successfully completed the next level of manufacturing tests, according to the manufacturer.
According to the company, the new Mirotvorets UGV’s optical vision and communication system allowed it to receive video from cameras and manage the robotic platform at distances ranging from 2000 to 2500 meters in indirect visibility (on the platform there were significant changes in terrain and forest strip).
The Mirotvorets optical vision and communication technology, according to the business, has consistently allowed it to receive footage from cameras and manage the robotic platform at distances ranging from 2000 to 2500 meters in indirect visibility (on the platform there were significant changes in terrain and forest strip).
The car’s abilities have been demonstrated on snowy terrain, in cold weather, and in challenging roadway and climate conditions. The multi-purpose robotic platform is ideal for army models because it can handle logistics, evacuation, reconnaissance, and a variety of other tasks.
Low-pressure tyres are used, and the transmission is built on a solid and stable foundation. This base is amphibious, has a great range, and produces little noise while traveling, making it inconspicuous during army missions.
The automobile can go up to 3.3 feet (1 meter) through lakes, rivers, marshes, snowy terrain, deserts, and trenches, making it ideal for battle zones. The car’s objective is to allow the army to increase its mobility and safety for future missions.
Mykola Bondarenko, the Chief designer of the project, said “Mirotvorets is a unique floating multi-purpose robotic platform based on an electromechanical chassis, which is designed to perform logistics, evacuation, reconnaissance and other special tasks in military units,”.
The multi-purpose robotic platform is a basic universal chassis that can be used to install combat strike modules, medical equipment, special reconnaissance equipment, demining and electronic countermeasures equipment, fire equipment, and various bodies for transporting people and goods, among other things. As a result, a united family of robotic complexes and middle-class ATVs can be created that can be controlled by a single control system.