Manufacturer: QinetiQ North America  
Product type: Auxiliary Vehicles  
Name: Robot, Unmanned Vehicle  

Titan was designed with combat-proven proven robotic technology and in partnership from QinetiQ North America and Milrem.

Titan is a first-of-its-kind modular, hybrid, unmanned ground vehicle that provides soldier saftitan_load_ausaety and support for small military dismounted operations. Titan is a large Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) that provides “lighten-the-load” support for small dismounted military operations. Developed by QinetiQ North America and Milrem, Titan features a multi-mission, reconfigurable platform that increases unit effectiveness while increasing soldier safety.

Unlike existing UGVs, Titan is a highly modular platform that allows different superstructures to be mounted and integrated onto the middle vehicular platform for complex missions such as rescue, transport and reconnaissance. The flexibility and versatile nature of the system not only increases efficiency, it also significantly reduces life cycle costs and soldier workload.


  • Provides safety to soldiers

  • Increases mission effectiveness

  • Increases unit capability and squad support on extended missions

  • High load capability and mobility

  • Diesel/Electric hybrid offers run-silent mode and squad auxiliary power

  • Operable in unmanned or manned modes

Load Carrying Capabilities

The load carrying capabilities of the Titan provides force multiplication and increased lethality of existing units by increasing mobility and off-route maneuverability while simultaneously increasing mission endurance.

Proven Protection

The Titan system was designed with battlefield proven hardware that includes years of development and robotic system expertise.

How it Works

Titan’s platform consists of QNA’s combat proven robotic command & control systems, the dismount focused QNA Tactical Robotic Controller, Milrem’s THeMIS mobility platform, and a modular mission payload. The vehicle platform consists of a pair of diesel-electric hybrid tracked drive modules providing all-terrain long range endurance with run-silent capability and power offload.


The Titan’s was developed to have a modular system architecture to support a wide range of operations.

The Milrem THeMIS mobility platform consists of two track modules linked by a mission specific payload frame providing a reconfigurable system that supports both the infantry and combat engineer requirements.

The system has defined expansion interfaces for 3rd party payloads such as CBRNE or Route Clearance packages or the integration of autonomy packages.

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THeMIS (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)

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