Aunav unveils aunav.NEO only robot with variable geometry at FEINDEF 2021


Typically developed for military uses, aunav.NEO is th the only EOD/IED/CBRN robot with a variable geometry system that allows its width to be increased or decreased automatically in a few seconds. This is an important feature, as moving in a narrow space may be followed by the necessity to increase the width for stability reasons when going up or down a stair, or moving on a side slope, for instance.
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The combination of its variable geometry and self-stabilization system allows the aunav.NEO HD to adapt to any operating scenario imaginable, including narrow airplane aisles (Picture source: Army Recognition )


The combination of its variable geometry and self-stabilization system allows the aunav.NEO HD to adapt to any operating scenario imaginable, including narrow airplane aisles, buses or subways and underground tunnels to wading through debris or traversing wide-open spaces. The robot automatically adapts its width from 400 mm to 680 mm to optimize its mobility and stability in narrow or wide spaces. One robot fits all.

Added to this versatility, it is easy to transport, thanks to the simple and quick disassembly of its components, and the great strength and power of its main arm, which enables it for a wide variety of EOD/IED/CBRN missions.

The advanced remote operation control unit provides the robot with autonomous capabilities that reduce operating times. aunav.NEO HD is also available in the aunav.NEO configuration, even lighter.

Variable geometry system: the robot automatically increases or decreases its width to optimize its mobility and stability depending on whether it’s in narrow or wide spaces.

Platform self-stabilization: the self-stabilization system always keeps the robot platform in a horizontal position on stairs, ramps, slopes or uneven debris-filled terrain.

Plug & play payload technology: self-detection and real-time configuration of any accessory, without the need for operator intervention.

Demountable: its main arm, flippers and batteries can easily be uncoupled from the robot without using special tools, facilitating its adaptation to different missions as well as the transport in any vehicle.

Strength and power: allow the operator to manipulate and move objects of up to 75 kg easily and skillfully.

Autonomous capacities: autonomous indoor and outdoor navigation systems that generate 3D maps of the environment.


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The variable with is an important feature, as moving in a narrow space may be followed by the necessity to increase the width for stability reasons when going up or down a stair, or moving on a side slope, for instance. (Picture source: Army Recognition )


 

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