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Patria AMV ~ HUGV Milestone

Patria AMX XP Heavy Unmanned Ground Vehicle [©Patria]
Patria has reached a new milestone in the capabilities of the HUGV (Heavy Unmanned Ground Vehicle) with its remotely operated AMV 8×8.

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Press Release, 06 July 2020: The development of Patria’s Heavy Unmanned Ground Vehicles has reached a level where the Patria AMV 8×8 vehicle can be operated remotely beyond visual line of sight utilising 5G and 4G networks. This enables vehicles operation even from longer distances with higher reliability.

The demonstration of remote-controlled Patria AMV 8×8 vehicle under 5G network was made in cooperation with the University of Tampere, and it was part of the RemoteFeel project. RemoteFeel is a research project founded by Business Finland, FIMA ry (Forum for Intelligent Machines) and the research parties. Members of the programme were given the opportunity to drive a Patria AMV 8×8 vehicle remotely. The demonstration utilised Patria’s Remote Operating Desk (ROD), state-of-the-art user interface containing features, such as augmented reality and haptic feedbacks enabling more authentic remote-driving operations, and the combined stereo camera system developed by the University of Tampere.

Patria has developed its Heavy Unmanned Ground Vehicle system continuously for several years now and is a leading company in area of unmanned capabilities in its business segment. Patria demonstrated first time in public its Unmanned Heavy Ground Vehicle capabilities at European Land Robots Trial (ELROB) by two Patria AMV 8×8 vehicles in Belgium 2018. Patria´s unmanned solution can be integrated to new Patria AMVXP, Patria 6×6 vehicles and to all already delivered AMV 8x8s without any major changes in the vehicle configuration.

A Patria AMV using 5G network was trialled as part of the RemoteFeel project [©Patria]
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