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XTEND Highlights Xtender Gen2 and Wolverine

Wolverine Gen 2 [© XTEND]

XTEND highlights its Xtender Gen2 and provides a first glimpse of its next-generation Wolverine multi-mission UAS (MMU) system.


Press Release, Tel Aviv, 07 June 2022: XTEND – a company specialising in human-guided autonomous drone operating systems for military forces and law enforcement agencies – will present its Xtender Gen2 indoor tactical UAS and provide a first look at the Wolverine Gen2, its multi-mission UAS (MMU) system, at Eurosatory 2022.

The company will also showcase its nest UAS solution, integrated with Easy Aerial’s EGV 50 compact autonomous drone-nest solution for military vehicles and Plasan’s ultralight armoured vehicle, the WILDER, shown on Plasan’s stand. The collaboration between the three companies brings new capabilities to the battlefield. Forces can now perform indoor and outdoor missions safely from within the armoured vehicle, and remotely perform tasks such as IED clearance while on patrol and assessment of suspicious facilities encountered.

Xtender Gen 2 [© XTEND]

In enhancing the Xtender’s Edge AI capabilities, XTEND has recently partnered with SightX, which is developing a mission-critical, real-time Edge AI engine, bringing revolutionary deep-learning capabilities to real-world problems. This collaboration enhances the autonomous capabilities of the Xtender platform, helping the human operator with the detection and classification of entry points and objects.

“Working hand in hand with the world’s prime forces – XTEND continuously strives to enhance its offering and ‘Swiss Army Knife’ capability concept by providing multiple payloads and applications. Now, with the various launch and carrying options, such as armed vehicles nesting – we are pushing the boundaries of UAS mission capabilities even further” says Ido Baron, VP of Business Development and Sales of XTEND.


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