Meet the IGUANA, the ECA Group's new generation of UGVs for homeland security 21509152

 
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DSEI 2015 International Defence & Security equipment
Exhibition and Conference
15 - 18 September 2015
London, United Kingdom
 
ECA Group at DSEI 2015
 
 
Meet the IGUANA, the ECA Group's new generation of UGVs for homeland security
At DSEI 2015, being held in London from 15-18 September, ECA Group is showcasing for the first time its new generation of Unmanned Ground Vehicles dedicated to the Homeland Security: the IGUANA range. ECA Group is renowned for its expertise in robotics, automated systems, simulation and industrial processes. Ever since 1936 it has been developing complete innovative technological solutions to perform complex missions in hostile or restrictive environments.
     
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As a response to the new threats and new terrorist modus operandi, such as EOD, C-IED and C-CBRN, ECA Group’s new ground robots, the IGUANA range, are suited for interventions in complex and narrow areas like airplanes, trains, buses while requiring quick and easy deployment.

IGUANA is a light weight modular ground robot range with an extensive use of composite materials and driven by the newest technologies, showing an unique performance in terms of mobility and lifting capability and allowing quick and efficient intervention.

     
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IGUANA integrates also new intelligent capabilities which facilitate the remote control and reduce the cognitive load of the operator and inherits the best qualities of ECA Group UGV’s CAMELEON & COBRA, such as modularity, ergonomics, and plug and play capability for a large range of payloads.

Two versions of IGUANA will be available: the IGUANA E for EOD and IEDD missions fitted with manipulator arm, and the IGUANA C for chemical and/or radiologic risks missions.

 

 

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