aunav, an international benchmark in the development of robotic solutions for Defence and Security, is presenting their latest explosive ordnance disposal robot at IDEX 2021.
The aunav.NEO is unique on the market with its variable geometry; this allows the robot to rapidly increase or decrease its width during a mission to adapt to whichever situation it is presented. This exceptional technology enables the system to operate in tight spaces such as plane, bus or subway aisles.
Launched at the end of 2020, the aunav.NEO is seen in action for the first time at IDEX 2021, from 21 to 25 February in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, at the aunav stand (stand 10-B10), located in the Spanish Pavilion.
The aunav.NEO expands the company’s range of solutions and differential capabilities offered for the Security and Defence sector. Apart from its innovative variable geometry system, it is the lightest robot ever developed by aunav and incorporates state-of-the-art technological capabilities. One example is platform self-stabilisation, allowing the robot to maintain a horizontal position when climbing stairs, ramps or traversing uneven terrain.
The aunav.NEO is demountable and modular. This not only facilitates logistics but also allows a very wide range of configurations. Accesory attachment to different parts of the robot, such as cameras, are quick and easy.
Its extreme versatility is what makes the aunav.NEO so unique, it essentially combines capabilities from a range of different robots into one.
aunav is an everis Aerospace, Defense and Security (everis ADS) brand, specialized in robotics solutions. It develops leading technology dedicated to supporting police and military improvised explosives disposal (IED) and regulatory ammunition (EOD) operations, as well as for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) defence activities.
The aunav family of robots includes more than 200 units which are sold in more than 16 countries. It has been trusted and endorsed on a national scale for the last two decades by the bomb squads of the Spanish National Police, Civil Guard, Army, Air Force and Mossos d’Esquadra.