Mission Master UGV
|Product type:||Auxiliary Vehicles|
|Name:||Robot, Unmanned Vehicle|
Unmanned systems in combination with infantry components enable rapid reconnassance and action, facilitating combat operations in difficult terrain, e.g. in built-up areas, woods and mountains. In places where the threat to infantry forces is especially acute, unmanned systems can efficiently perform the tasks of their human counterparts. Rheinmetall’s unmanned multimission wheeled vehicle features a modern modular design. Different mission kits enable it to carry out a wide variety of missions, including reconnaissance and survelliance. It is also able to serve as a weapon platorm or in a transport role, and can be remotely controlled or operate autonomously.
The Rheinmetall Mission Master, a multimission Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) allows to perform various mission profiles, from mule to force protection and surveillance, using a variety of modular payloads. Capable of performing in dangerous or hard-to-reach areas, the Rheinmetall Mission Master provides safety and security to the mounted and dismounted forces, increases their operational effectiveness, and keeps them out of harm’s way.
Adaptable and highly modular, the Rheinmetall Mission Master features a platform that allows the operators to easily install the different payloads onto the vehicle to accomplish all kinds of missions. Any specific requirements can be fulfilled with our made-toorder UGV solution. By working closely with every customer, Rheinmetall guarantees that the right solution is always provided for the right purpose.
The Rheinmetall Mission Master maximising soldier efficiency.
The Unmanned Ground Vehicle Solution for Surveillance.
The surveillance variant is specifically designed for perimeter observation, reconnaissance, and scout tasks.
The Unmanned Ground Vehicle Solution for Force Protection.
The force protection variant is specifically designed for perimeter protection, escorting, target acquisition, and engagement tasks.
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