Kalyani’s ECARS, an amphibious, autonomous multi-task platform


ECARS (Enhanced Collaborative Autonomous System), is a four-wheel ATV with skid-steer mechanism, designed to perform surveillance, security, and rescue missions in collaborative engagements.


Kalyanis ECARS an amphibious autonomous multi task platform
ECARS is one of the several remotely controlled vehicles demonstrated at DefExpo India 2018 (Picture source: Army Recognition)


It is equipped with an enhanced collision avoidance system and a threat analysis software that also includes mission planning. It can operate autonomously with video motion detection. In fact, ECARS is a multi-mission and multi-sensor platform made capable to reach various places thanks to its all-terrain and amphibious design, climbing slopes of 45° maximum, under temperatures spanning from -40°C to +40°C. The vehicle can reach up to 20 km/h when manually driven, or 10-15 km/h in autonomous missions. Following the local operational parameters, the operator can select wi-fi or a radio frequence to pilot the vehicle.

ECARS can operate up to 24 hours continuous when working on battery and generator, or 6 hours continuous in silent mode.


 

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