MACE "Guardsman" to debut at Eurosatory as Mira unveils latest application fir its UGV technology

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Eurosatory 2012
International Land Defence & Security Exhibition
Paris
, France
11 - 15 June 2012
 
Mira at Eurosatory 2012 Press Release
 
 
Friday, June 15, 2012, 2:50 PM
 
MACE "Guardsman" to debut at Eurosatory as Mira unveils latest application fir its UGV technology
MIRA, the internationally recognised engineering business with specialist unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) and defence expertise, reveals the latest application for its proprietary UGV control system at Eurosatory 2012.
     
MIRA, the internationally recognised engineering business with specialist unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) and defence expertise, reveals the latest application for its proprietary UGV control system at Eurosatory 2012.
Mira's Booth at Eurosatory 2012

     

MIRA’s Autonomous Control Equipment (MACE) enables unmanned vehicle platforms to be operated remotely and autonomously at distances up to 20 kilometres away and the system has been applied to a vehicle known as ‘Guardsman’ to showcase its patrol and perimeter protection capability for the first time.

MACE technology is mission-proven in Afghanistan, having been deployed in an IED detection role by the British Army. However, as ‘Guardsman’ will highlight, MACE’s functionality can be tailored to specific customer needs and its modularity affords a high degree of flexibility over both payload selection as well as the vehicle platform to which it’s applied.

     
MIRA, the internationally recognised engineering business with specialist unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) and defence expertise, reveals the latest application for its proprietary UGV control system at Eurosatory 2012.
Mira new UGV (Unmanned Ground Vehicle) "Guardsman"
     
Ahead of the Eurosatory, MIRA’s senior global sales manager for defence systems, Rob Mohacsi said: “Uniquely MACE is the only UGV control system that has proven itself in theatre on vehicles weighing in excess of 4 tons and ‘Guardsman’ – which incorporates a surveillance capability alongside obstacle avoidance technology – ably demonstrates how readily it can be adapted for alternate roles.

“For nearly a decade MIRA has been at the forefront UGV systems, during which time our capabilities have expanded to incorporate every aspect of product development and deployment – from the design, specification and build of the UGV, to the integration of payload systems and in-the-field support.”
 

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