The European main robotics and autonomous system developer Milrem Robotics delivered the THeMIS (Tracked Hybrid Modular Infantry System) unmanned floor automobile (UGV) suited to casualty evacuation (CASEVAC) and transportation of provides to Ukraine. The THeMIS geared up with stretchers for speedy CASEVAC was delivered to a Ukrainian charitable group. Onsite coaching was offered upon supply for the short deployment of the system. THeMIS is a ground-based armed drone automobile designed largely for navy purposes, and is constructed by Milrem Robotics in Estonia.

“Casualty evacuation is among the most vital and labour-intensive actions in conflicts. Historically, it takes a number of individuals to hold a stretcher and required medical tools. Nevertheless, it will require just one to function a UGV, which may accommodate a number of wounded and loads of tools. Because of this extra personnel can be found to assist extra individuals,” defined Captain (res) Jüri Pajuste, Defence Analysis and growth (R&D) Director at Milrem Robotics.


Milrem Robotics THeMIS Unmanned Floor Automobile (UGV)

The THeMIS UGV is a multi-mission automobile with an open structure that allows it to be quickly configured from having a transport operate to being weaponized, performing ordnance disposal, or supporting intelligence operations in keeping with the character of the mission. The system can successfully improve the work of dismounted infantry items, border guard and regulation enforcement businesses to gather and course of uncooked info and reduce the response time for commanders. THeMIS UGVs have been acquired by 14 nations, 8 of that are members of NATO, together with Estonia, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, the UK, and the US.

Milrem Robotics is an Estonian robotic automobile producer. Their main merchandise are the THeMIS UGV, the Multiscope UGV and a robotic fight automobile designated because the Sort-X. Milrem Robotics was established in 2013. Improvement on the primary unmanned floor automobile (UGV) started late 2014. The primary UGV (THeMIS) was launched at DSEI 2015 in London. An upgraded THeMIS was launched on the 2019 Defence and Safety Gear Worldwide convention. In 2019 the Estonian Defence Forces deployed the THeMIS UGV to a fight zone, Mali, for the primary time as a part of a French led counter-terrorism Operation Barkhane.