Raider I Engineer

Manufacturer: QinetiQ North America  
Product type: Auxiliary Vehicles  
Name: Robot, Unmanned Vehicle  

QinetiQ North America, in partnership with Polaris Defense and TORC Technologies, is proud to present Raider I Engineer for Improvised Explosive Device (IED) defeat missions. Raider I Engineer is a tele-operated, gas powered system based upon the 4WD Polaris MVRS700 vehicle, capable of supporting varied missions to include route clearance. Using a wearable controller, the Warfighter can maneuver the Raider I Engineer from more than 900 meters away in order to identify and defeat IEDs. This mission is supported with a suite of electro-optical infrared and thermal cameras, as well as a front/rear mine roller system.

Raider I Engineer Mission

  • Designed for both route clearance and IED defeat operations

  • Functions as a Mule to lighten the Warfighter’s load in dismounted operations

  • Supports casualty evacuation missions


  • Operable in unmanned and manned modes

  • Front and rear mine roller payload capable of applying ground pressure

  • Cameras: 4 x fixed daylight/IR, 1 x daylight/thermal PTZ

  • Payload Capacity: 1,600 lbs

  • Towing Capacity: >2,000 lbs

  • Reconnaissance: 26:1 zoom camera daylight/FLIR and two-way audio

  • Speed: 5 mph in unmanned mode, 44 mph in manned mode

  • RF Range: over 900 m line of sight

  • Controller: lightweight, wearable Tactical Robotic Controller (TRC) included

  • User Interface: intuitive graphical user interface with real time system status feedback

  • Terrain: user selectable 4WD for all-terrain capabilities

  • Endurance: over 72 hours

  • Vehicle Mounted Battery Charger: allows on-site small unit battery charging

  • Safety: dedicated SafeStop system for quick stop commands via TRC

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