The THeMIS Transport is intended to support dismounted troops by carrying everything a soldier would normally carry, thus letting the fighter concentrate on the mission at hand. It can be outfitted with various types of tie downs and restraints to prevent load shift.
The ADDER was the first remote weapon station integrated into the THeMIS. This system has been tested in the cold Estonian winter in partnership with weapon station developer and manufacturer Singapore Technologies Kinetics under the supervision of the Estonian Defence Forces.
THeMIS with PROTECTOR RWS
The PROTECTOR remote weapon station from KONGSBERG was integrated in 2017 and is a valuable addition to the THeMIS RWS family. There are several versions of the PROTECTOR RWS available, one of which is equipped with the Javelin missile system.
THeMIS with deFNder Medium
As the name suggest this unit is equipped with the deFNder Medium remote weapon station developed by FN Herstal. In partnership with FN Herstal and the Estonian Defence Forces this armed UGV has been deployed at the biggest Estonian defence exercise Spring Storm 2017.
In December 2017 live firing tests were conducted in Estonia where the weapon system was tested with a moving UGV as well as a stationary vehicle.
THeMIS with GroundEye
The THeMIS GroundEye system is the first explosive ordinance detection and disposal unit that has been developed in partnership with Raytheon UK. This unit includes all the capabilities of the THeMIS as well as the following GroundEye features:
- High probability of detection with a very low false alarm rate
- Detection, confirmation and diagnosing of all types of buried IED targets including zero metal content
- Compact sensor platform allowing easy deployment and transportation
- Day and night operation
- Easy to interpret imagery; displays shape, orientation and exact location of buried target in real-time
- Open architecture allowing for easy integration of alternative sensors and countermeasures
- GroundEye™ is a 100% non-ITAR system, allowing for easy export