|Manufacturer:||Israel Aerospace Industries - IAI|
|Product type:||Auxiliary Vehicles|
|Name:||Robot, Unmanned Vehicle|
An armored, Remote Controlled heavy engineering platform for use in dangerous environments containing hostile forces, mines, lEDs and unstable structures where it would not be safe to send a manned vehicle.
- Battlefield demolition and construction. Urban warfare support. Engineering battalion support
- Explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) and demolition support
- Creating access and egress routes for combat personnal
- Clearing lines of fire
- Humanitarian demining
- Peacekeeping support
- Engineering tasks
- Disaster area support
In use by the Israel Defence Forces (IDF), every component of this powerful platform, including a specially manufactured crew cabin, engine, fuel & oil tanks, hydraulic and electrical systems, are sheathed in customer-defined ballistic armor.
Standard configuration includes weapon mounts, compartments, spot light and projector lamps, and communication equipment. Optional equipment includes smoke grenade launchers, and provisioning for customer-specific communication equipment.
- Can be operated from up to 3 kilometers (line of sight] or 500-700 meters [non-line of sight] in built up urban areas. 6 standard cameras for driving, operation and observation including day and night capability and an additional look-out camera
- Can be operated by infantry or mounted personnel
- Up to four hours of continuous operation
- Weight of vehicle is 60 tons
- All dozer/enginerring capabilities of the standard D9 Dozer can be carried out by remote control
- Can be operated as a manned or unmanned vehicle per mission requirements at the push of a button
- Advanced human engineering interface to allow extended use by personnel
- Ability to display up to four camera views simultaniously
- Ability to have multiple control units combined in order to separate camera and operatiion functionality
- Operable in rough terrain
- Onboard electronic navigation system which can integrate existing maps and diagrams.