Milrem Robotics has announced that the UK Defense Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) receives two unmanned ground vehicles Themis (Tracked Hybrid Modular Infantry System) for testing purposes. DSTL want to explore these autonomous systems in areas such as mobility, vulnerability and security with the unmanned vehicles capabilities and limitations.
Milrem Robotics supplies the vehicles, in collaboration with QinetiQ that integrate the autonomic functions in the vehicles and will organize the transfer to the end user.
THEMIS has also been procured by procurement agencies in the Netherlands, Norway and Germany for testing purposes. France, the US and Indonesia have received Themis in a configuration for transporting logistical goods. These autonomous ground vehicles can also be equipped with weapons.
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