Partner 2019: Milosh armed UGV in service with the Serbian army
The Milosh tracked armed UGV (Unmanned Ground Vehicle) is now in service with the Serbian armed forces. At Partner 2019, the International Fair of Armament and Defense Equipment Exhibition, the Milosh UGV is showed armed with one 7.62 mm machine gun and one 40 mm grenade launcher.
Milosh armed UGV Unmanned Ground Vehicle at Partner 2019, International Fair of Armament and Defense Equipment Exhibition in Belgrade, Serbia. June 27, 2019. (Picture source Army Recognition)
The armed version of the Milosh UGV was unveiled for the first time in June 2017 during the Partner defense exhibition. It has autonomy of 8 hours maximum and can be operated by one soldier thanks to the use of a small remote control station with a maximum range of 2 km. It is based on a tracked chassis and can be carried by smaller 4x4 military vehicles or in numbers on larger vehicles to the deployment zone.
The Milosh UGV is fitted with a remotely controlled weapon station armed with one 7.62mm machine gun, and one 40mm grenade launcher, in option anti-rocket launcher RRB 64 66 M80 can be mounted on the robot. The weapon station of the Milosh UGV has a 360° traverse with a maximum speed of 20°/s and vertical guidance ranging from -5° to 45° at speeds up to 10°/s. The Milosh UGV is able to engage targets at a maximum range of 800m in day and night conditions.
The Milosh UGV is equipped with sensor unit mounted on the right side of the weapon and includes a CCD camera with a wide field of view, a daytime low-level CCD camera, a night thermal imaging camera and a laser rangefinder. It has has a total weight of 620 kg, and built-in batteries provide sufficient power from to 2 to 8 hours depending on the mission for which it is used.
Ground station vehicle used to control Milsoh UGV (Picture source Army Recognition)