Expendable Unattended Ground Sensors (E-UGS) – PathfinderExpendable Unattended Ground Sensors (E-UGS) – Pathfinder

Expendable Unattended Ground Sensors (E-UGS) – Pathfinder

The Pathfinder advanced intrusion detection system is the next generation of Expendable Unattended Ground Sensor (E-UGS) system. Pathfinder incorporates lessons learned by the US Military and is specifically optimized for Defense, Border Security, Critical Infrastructure, and Consumer applications. The Pathfinder system provides an early warning detection system alerting operators to potential threats. The Pathfinder system is s seismic detection system which integrates state of the art machine learning algorithms to detect human footsteps and off-road vehicles. The algorithm has been trained to detect on human footsteps, ignoring animal footsteps, and other seismic background noises.



The mini UGV DOGO is a robotic platform providing high portability and maneuverability along with tactical combat and attack capabilities.

Mini UGV Nerva LGMini UGV Nerva LG

Mini UGV Nerva LG

he NERVA LG is a mini multi-purpose unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) which can be used for different applications like; reconnaissance missions, EOD platform, CBRNe detection platform, smoke generator, transportation platform, etc. The main advantages of this system are the ability to use different payloads easily.

Mini- Caliber Swat & EOD RobotMini- Caliber Swat & EOD Robot

Mini- Caliber Swat & EOD Robot

Lightweight, modular and one-man portable, the Mini-CALIBER SWAT and EOD Robot is tested and recommended by the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA).

Designed for rapid tactical missions, the robot is simple to operate and quick to deploy for searching rooms, hallways, stairwells and confined spaces. With rubber tracks and articulating front and rear flippers, the Mini-CALIBER effortlessly climbs stairs. It also includes an extendable rotating claw arm that simplifies opening door handles.



The Tracked Hybrid Modular Infantry System, or THeMIS for short, is the first hybrid fully modular unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) in the world. The vehicle is intended to provide support for dismounted troops by serving as a transport platform, remote weapon station, IED detection and disposal unit, and much more. The vehicle’s open architecture gives it the multi-missions capability much needed on the modern battlefield.



The Zippermast is a mast system with a very small footprint that requires minimum power and can withstand the rigors of the various environments it operates in. The construction is non-corrosive materials; three bands of stainless steel bands with special cuts on each side of the band. The bands are rolled into a coil and placed 120 degrees apart. When unrolled the small compact mast becomes rigid, strong and straight. A cable system that controls the top sensor is internal to the mast to avoid entanglement. As the ZM extends it feeds the cable from the bottom of the unit to the top sensor mount.