Applied Innovation

Robotic & Autonomous Systems for Homeland Security

Applied Innovation

Robotic & Autonomous Systems for Homeland Security

Robotic advancements are anticipated to continue to revolutionize military equipment and tactics, and robotic systems for troops are becoming a reality. Concepts such as using these robots for border monitoring are also being investigated, with the devices being able to roam freely or be directed remotely, delivering live video feeds to controllers.

Soldiers are increasingly relying on technology such as robots to save lives. Military robotic (unmanned) devices have revolutionized the battlefield. Many countries’ military arsenals now include unmanned systems, which are utilized on land, at sea, and in the air. They are frequently utilized for reconnaissance and striking missions in high-risk situations.

Off-road, robotic, and autonomous solutions are available from Robotic & Autonomous Systems for military (land warfare), paramilitary, national security forces, and commercial markets. Some alternatives are being considered to improve the maneuverability, survivability, and lethality of the force.

Multi-Purpose Combat Vehicle (MPCV)

The Multi-Purpose Combat Vehicle (MPCV) is a ground-based defense vehicle with a short range. It can automatically execute a variety of actions on the battlefield without the need for human help or involvement, lowering the danger to soldiers and improving their capabilities on the ground. It can be utilized by homeland security units during riots, as well as by police units in high-threat and counter-terrorist urban environments.

It is employed for unmanned and autonomous day and night surveillance, weapons mounting, situational awareness, casualty evacuation, and carrying and delivery of operational cargo in deserts, plains, and high altitude/mountain terrain.

High-payload Autonomous Robot

High payload autonomous robot capable of transporting payloads over long distances. It has a high level of autonomy and can handle weapon mount logistical transportation, medic support, and other combat field needs. It can travel in swarms and has automated person/leader tracking and auto-target lock functions to save troops time and resources on the battlefield.

Autonomous Monitoring Robots

An autonomous surveillance and reconnaissance robot may move about independently and offer real-time tactical intelligence to the operator based on real-time video analytics data and sensor data. It has encrypted communication, a laser designator, and an optional gun mount for remote action.

Terrain Rovers

A terrain robot can be utilized in difficult, risky, and demanding applications such as IED disposal, demining remote surveillance, and reconnaissance on rocky terrain, steep slopes, and shallow seas. It can normally carry up to 500 kg of cargo and has a 45-degree climbing capability, a 2-kilometer remote range, and an 8-hour run duration. It may be employed for mission-specific activities in remote-controlled and autonomous modes.

System of Autonomous Weapons

A cutting-edge autonomous weapon station can track more than 20 targets at once and lock on to any target within a second for fire. Homeland security units and other mounting stations may utilize it to deliver a fully situational aware defender system that uses deep learning to identify and kill threats in seconds. The weapon station can rotate 360 degrees and tilt 180 degrees at the same time, and it can also carry barrel launchers.

Protective Vision Devices

360-degree situational awareness is provided by an armor vision system that delivers information about the objects and persons in the armored vehicle’s vicinity and tracks them in real-time. It may be utilized by the army, homeland security, and police forces in high-threat and counter-terrorism scenarios in urban environments. The device is a mix of a high-precision optic system – thermal cameras and RADARs installed precisely – and a parallel computer architecture that allows the system to locate – track – and alert the user to any situational hazard.

System for determining gunshot direction

State-of-the-art gunshot direction finding technology capable of pinpointing the position of the sound source with extraordinary precision of 5 degrees and distance of a range of 1500 meters. At a refresh rate of 1000 Hz, the system uses advanced digital data processing and basic physics to determine the direction and distance of the gunshot from the sensor. The total system consumes less than 50W of electricity, can be placed on small, medium, or big vehicles, and can be set up in less than 5 minutes. The device can distinguish between different gunshots and may be programmed to watch only specified gunshots or frequencies.

We have such high-performance systems available for use in homeland security. Some of our clients have already successfully used our robotic systems. We would be delighted to hear from you and would like to discuss the opportunities for collaboration. Please write to us at

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