G-NIUS Unveils New Multi-Purpose Hybrid UGV

By Caroline Rees / 16 Jun 2014
G-NIUS MHV

G-NIUS Unveils New Multi-Purpose Hybrid UGV

G-NIUS, a leader in the development and manufacturing of unmanned ground systems, has unveiled its new Hybrid Unmanned Ground Vehicle at Eurosatory 2014.

Designed for surveillance, intelligence, defense and HLS missions, the Hybrid Multipurpose Vehicle (HMV) reduces personnel requirements in the field – a critical factor in protecting armed forces.

It includes two motor options: two electric motors enabling a high level of maneuverability while remaining undetected due to a noiseless ride or an electronic and diesel motors, allowing the vehicle to travel for long distances, while filling the electric motor’s battery. Both motor options enable the vehicle to carry heavy loads of up to 1.2 tons.

The system has a low thermal signature and an advanced low-level control system, as well as a low profile, and includes an ELBIT stabilized weapon station.

According to Mr. Yoav Hirsh, CEO, “We are pleased to launch [HMV] at Eurosatory 2014 – in the area of unmanned vehicles that help protect armed forces. Our solutions are suitable for any mission and include the capabilities that we have amassed over more than seven years of operational activities, which is the equivalent of 60,000 man-hours. Significant interest in these solutions is already being expressed by various organizations around the world, and everyone is welcome to visit our stand and learn more about them.”

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