(Spin Digit Editorial):- Dubai, United Arab Emirates Feb 20, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Milanion Group’s new AGEMA UGV will be unveiled mounted with MSP’s next-generation Loitering Munitions System at IDEX 2021 in Abu Dhabi. Following the successful teaming agreement between UAE-based Milanion Group and Polish company MSP, the coming together of the two autonomous unmanned systems will deliver unprecedented loitering munitions support. The intelligent and agile system, through rapid deployment, will allow commanders to successfully plan and execute missions on the modern battlefield, keeping personnel out of harm’s way.
Milanion CEO, Davinder Dogra said, “This is just the beginning of our teaming agreement with MSP and shows that the market can be disrupted when a synergy develops between companies with next-generation technologies that work to deliver affordable world-class solutions at speed”.
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The fully amphibious AGEMA UGV is built to be deployed for multi-mission support and has gone through the most rigorous testing in extreme and harsh conditions. Fully integrating the AGEMA with MSP’s WARBLE FLY Air Target Fire System provides a significant advantage for users to accurately detect, track and eradicate targets from a distance, even in poor visibility conditions. After launch, in the event of the need to abort, the WARBLE FLY can be safely redirected to a landing zone and recovered.
“MSP is continually investing in R & D to design better, more intelligent systems for use on the battlefield and for field training purposes. Our agreement with Milanion Group has provided invaluable flexible mobility and control for deployment in hostile and dangerous environments. We look forward to further enhance our working relationship”, Commented Marcin Szender, CEO, MSP.
Milanion is a leader in the design, development, and manufacture of autonomous platforms for land and marine vessels. Working in consultation with, and feedback from end-users in the Defence, Civil Defence, Security, and Fire and Rescue sectors, we deliver UGV and USV capability solutions that put personnel out of harm’s way and exceed the high standards set for the planning and execution of mission-critical applications. Milanion can respond, execute, and adjust at speed; to develop and deliver robust world-class unmanned capability solutions, within budget and on time to meet changing client needs.
MSP InnTech Ltd. specializes in unmanned systems for various applications in the military and commercial sectors. In 1996, the company first presented its unmanned observation system to the Forest Guard and Border Guard in Poland. So far, MSP has manufactured over 20 types of unmanned aerial vehicles, in which it uses its own control system. For military customers, together with the Air Force Institute of Technology (ITWL), imitators of air targets with the Mosquito and Hornet propeller propulsion and the JET-1 and JET-2 jet propulsion were developed, for which the company received the Defender Award at the MSPO fair in 2017. MSP has developed its own combat UAV – the WARBLE FLY. The combat platform with folding wings is ejected pyrotechnically from a tube launcher. The target is detected and tracked using a video analysis system with a camera installed on the device. The system can be armed with several warhead types.
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