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Military Ground Robot Mobile Platform Systems to Engage Terrorists: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2015 to 2021

Published: Mar 4, 2015 | Pages: 644 | Publisher: WinterGreen Research | Industry: Defense and Security | Report Format: Electronic (PDF)

The global military ground robot mobile platform systems to engage terrorists market was worth USD 3.3 billion in 2014. A new study by Radiant Insights, Inc. projects it to grow to USD 10.1 billion by 2021. This will be brought about by technological innovations in military combating.
 
Although the use of robotic platforms is not the conventional military system, military establishments all over the world are increasingly adopting automated processes. Such systems of engagement include tracks and wheels, arms and sensors, and motor and solid state batteries. They synchronize with smart phones and mobile platforms. This enables military organizations to have a broader and more intelligent presence across the globe. 

Military ground robots lend an edge where ability to resolve conflicts with neighboring countries depends on a country’s military strength. Researchers at Radiant Insights note that increasing attempt to modernize the military operations is a key demand driver for military ground robot mobile platform systems to engage terrorists. 

Flexibility and immediate response are key requirements for success of modern military establishments. Therefore, automation of processes and modernization offered by military ground robots are greatly appealing. Moreover, robots are less expensive that trained cadets. This also ensures safety of trained soldiers whose services may be used in other critical tasks. 

Military finds it convenient to deploy a robot that is remotely controlled. This can be done by leveraging existing civilian networks, without spending huge sums of money. It does away with the need to build a new duplicate communications network. 

Military ground robots provide economies of scale and added protection in the fight against terror. They could be applied to commercial, governmental and military use. These robots may be funded by not only the army but the state department and the intelligence community as well. 

Rather than large contracts being awarded to one of the few large defense contractors, funding for military robots is done via competitive bidding. Thus their funding sources are more dispersed. This renders the robots affordable, flexible, and extremely effective. A chief advantage of military ground robots is their ability to repurpose in an extremely short time period. This is crucial in case of a terrorist attack. 

As armies, particularly in the U.S., undergo downsizing, the cost savings are being invested in military ground robotic technology. Leading market participants include General Dynamics Corporation, Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems Plc., and Northrop Grumman.

Selected Market Leaders

- General Dynamics
- Northrop Grumman / Romotec
- BAE
- Versa / Allen Vanguard
- Qinetiq / Foster Miller
- Lockheed Martin
- iRobot
- Kongsberg
- Telerob
- ReconRobotics

Selected Market Participants

- Boston Dynamics 
- ECA Robotics 
- Elbit Systems 
- G-NIUS
- ICOR Technology
- Kairos Autonami
- Mesa Robotics
- Pearson Engineering 
- Pedsco
- Re2, Inc
- Robosoft 
- RoboteX
- TechnoRobot 
- Telerob 
- Thales Group
- Vecna Technologies
 Table of Contents

MILITARY ROBOT MARKET EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 35 
Military Robot Market Driving Forces 35 
In Boston:  Terrorist Hid In The Back Yard Of A Suburban Home Inside A Boat 36
As The World Economy Changes Military Responsiveness Needs Rapid Response With Automated Process 37
Military Robots Support A New Industrial Revolution 43
Military Ground Robots Protect Human Life In The Event Of Terrorist Attack 45
Defense Industry Is Entering A New Era 47
Military Ground Robot Market Driving Forces 51 
Military Ground Robots Market Shares 54
Military Robot Forecasts 56 

1. MILITARY ROBOT DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS 59 
1.1 Robots Delivering Offensive and Defensive Capabilities to Combat Teams 59 
1.1.1 Military Robots the First Line of Defense Against Terrorism 60
1.1.2 Military Robots 60
1.1.3 Army Agile Process 66
1.1.4 Robots Used in War 67
1.1.5 US Army Reducing Ground Forces by 2016 Readying Itself to Respond to Terrorist Threats 68
1.1.6 Military Robot Autonomy or Control 69
1.2 Military Robot Scope 69 
1.2.1 Military Robot Applications 70 
1.3 Army's G8 Futures office 72 
1.3.1 The Army G-8: Soldiers as Centerpiece 73
1.3.2 Cuts to the US Army's Brigade Combat Teams 76
1.3.3 Transition Between The Current Market And Where The Market Is Going 77
1.3.4 Different Sizes of UGVs 77 
1.4 Types of Military Robots 79 
1.4.1 Explosive Observation Robot and Ordnance Disposal 79
1.4.2 QinetiQ North America Talon® Robots Universal Disrupter Mount 82
1.4.3 General Dynamics Next-Generation 84
1.4.4 Soldier Unmanned Ground Vehicle from iRobot 85 
1.5 UGV Enabling Technologies 86 
1.5.1 Sensor Processing 86
1.5.2 Machine Autonomy 87
1.5.3 Navigation 88
1.5.4 Military Robotic Communication 89 
1.6 Military Robot Bandwidth 89 
1.6.1 UGV Follow-Me Capability 90
1.6.2 Communications Bandwidth 90
1.6.3 Battery Power 91
1.6.4 Combination Of Batteries Linked To Onboard Conventional Diesel 91 
1.7 SUGVs 92 
1.7.1 Mid-Size Category UGV 92
1.7.2 Large UGV 93
1.7.3 U.S. Army Ground Combat Vehicle 94
1.7.4 TARDEC 95
1.7.5 RS JPO Organization 96
1.7.6 Definition of Military Robots: 97

2. MILITARY ROBOTS MARKET SHARE AND MARKET FORECASTS 98
2.1 Military Robot Market Driving Forces 98 
2.1.1 In Boston:  Terrorist Hid In The Back Yard Of A Suburban Home Inside A Boat 99
2.1.2 As The World Economy Changes Military Responsiveness Needs Rapid Response With Automated Process 100
2.1.3 Military Robots Support A New Industrial Revolution 106
2.1.4 Military Ground Robots Protect Human Life In The Event Of Terrorist Attack 108
2.1.5 Defense Industry Is Entering A New Era 110
2.1.6 Military Ground Robot Market Driving Forces 114 
2.2 Military Ground Robots Market Shares 117 
2.2.1 Selected Leading Military Robots 120
2.2.2 General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS) 121
2.2.3 General Dynamics Autonomous Navigation 123
2.2.4 General Dynamics Robotic Controllers 123
2.2.5 General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS) Leader In Tactical Robotics 124
2.2.6 iRobot 125
2.2.7 Northrop Grumman 128
2.2.8 Northrop Grumman Cutlass 129
2.2.9 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II 130
2.2.10 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II 132
2.2.11 Lockheed Martin 133
2.2.12 QinetQ Robotic Appliqué Kit Transforms Bobcats into Remotely- 134 
2.3 Military Robot Forecasts 135 
2.3.1 Small Military Robot Forecasts 138
2.3.2 Mid Size Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts 141
2.3.3 Larger Military Robot Forecasts 144
2.3.4 Military Robotic Trends 146 
2.4 Homeland Security Robots 147
2.5 Military Robot Regional Segments 147

3. MILITARY ROBOTIC PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 150 
3.1 Military Robot Systems of Engagement
3.1.1 Military Robots Delivering Offensive and Defensive Capabilities to Combat Teams 151
3.1.2 Selected Leading Military Robots 152
3.1.3 Northrop Grumman 153
3.1.4 Northrop Grumman Cutlass 154
3.1.5 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II 155
3.1.6 Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts 156 
3.2 iRobot 158 
3.2.1 iRobot® 510 PackBot® for EOD Technicians 159
3.2.2 iRobot® PackBot® 510 for Infantry Troops 161
3.2.3 iRobot® PackBot® 510 for Combat Engineers 162
3.2.4 iRobot 710 Warrior™ 163
3.2.5 iRobot® 110 FirstLook® 165
3.2.6 iRobot® SUGV 167
3.2.7 iRobot® 1KA Seaglider™ 169
3.2.8 iRobot Defense and Security 170 
3.3 Northrop Grumman 171 
3.3.1 Northrop Grumman CUTLASS 171
3.3.2 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II 172
3.3.3 Northrop Grumman Mini Andros II Features 173
3.3.4 Northrop Grumman ANDROS Hazmat 175 
3.4 General Dynamics Robotic Systems 177 
3.4.1 General Dynamics Tactical Control Units with Scalable Warfighter-Machine Interfaces 178
3.4.2 General Dynamics Autonomous Navigation 180
3.4.3 General Dynamics Robotics Capabilities 180
3.4.4 General Dynamics Robotic Convoys 182
3.4.5 General Dynamics Laser Radar (LADAR) Technology In Support Of Vision Robots 184
3.4.6 General Dynamics Robotic Sentry – Intruder Detection and Assessment 185
3.4.7 General Dynamics Virtual Staff: Integrated, Automated Command and Control 187
3.4.8 General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS) Leader In Tactical Robotics 188
3.4.9 General Dynamics Mobile Detection 188
3.4.10 General Dynamics Tactical Autonomous Combat – Chassis (TAC - C) 191 
3.5 Kongsberg 192 
3.5.1 Kongsberg Protector Remote Weapon Station 193
3.5.2 Kongsberg CORTEX 194 
3.6 BAE Systems 195 
3.6.1 BAE Systems Electronic Bugs Developed for Military Use 196
3.6.2 BAE Systems Land Vehicles Given a Brain of their Own 198 
3.7 QinetQ 199 
3.7.1 QinetiQ Gas Hazardous Operations Support Team (GHOST) 199
3.7.2 QinetQ Robotic Appliqué Kit 202
3.7.3 QinetiQ Laptop Control Unit (LCU) 203
3.7.4 QinetiQ Military Robot TALON Production 205
3.7.5 QinetiQ TALON Product Line Expansion 207
3.7.6 QinetQ TALON 208
3.7.7 QinetQ MAARS 215
3.7.8 QinetQ Raider I Engineer 217
3.7.9 QinetQ Raider I Engineer Mission 218
3.7.10 QinetQ Raider II 218
3.7.11 QinetQ Spartacus 220
3.7.12 QinetQ U.S. Army REF Minotaur 222
3.7.13 QinetQ Tactical Robot Controller 223
3.7.14 QinetQ Dragon Runner 10 225
3.7.15 QinetQ Dragon Runner 20 226 
3.8 Cobham (bought Telerob ) 227 
3.8.1 Cobham EOD - IEDD TEL600 Service Vehicles 227
3.8.2 Cobham TEL610 S Rapid Response Vehicle 228
3.8.3 Cobham TEL620 M Search and Detection IED Response Vehicle 230
3.8.4 Cobham TEL630 L Response Vehicle - EOD IED NBC Detection 231
3.8.5 Cobham TEL640 XL Response Vehicle – EOD IED NBC Detection and Response 233
3.8.6 Cobham TEL650 XXL Special Purpose EOD IED Response Vehicle 235
3.8.7 Cobham TEL650 XXL Special Purpose EOD IED Response Vehicle Typical Equipment:* 238
3.8.8 Cobham Telerob Mission 238
3.8.9 Cobham Telerob - EOD / IEDD Equipment, EOD Robots and Vehicles 239
3.8.10 Cobham Telerob Heavy Duty Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Robot 240
3.8.11 Cobham Telerob Telemax High-Mobility EOD Robot 241
3.8.12 Cobham Telerob EOD / IEDD Service Vehicles 242 
3.9 Allen Vanguard 247 
3.9.1 Allen Vanguard Beetle Nano UGV 247
3.9.2 Allen Vanguard Armadillo Micro UGV 249
3.9.3 Allen Vanguard Scorpion Small UGV 252
3.9.4 Allen Vanguard Digital Vanguard ROV 254
3.9.5 Allen Vanguard Defender ROV 258 
3.10 Google / Boston Dynamics 261 
3.10.1 Google / Boston Dynamics SandFlea - Leaps Small Buildings in a Single Bound 261
3.10.2 Boston Dynamics LS3 - Legged Squad Support Systems 263
3.10.3 Google / Boston Dynamics CHEETAH - Fastest Legged Robot 264
3.10.4 Google Boston Dynamics Atlas - The Agile Anthropomorphic Robot 266
3.10.5 Google Boston Dynamics BigDog 268
3.10.6 Google Boston Dynamics LittleDog - The Legged Locomotion Learning Robot 269
3.10.7 Google Boston Dynamics PETMAN - BigDog Gets a Big Brother 271
3.10.8 Google Boston Dynamics RHex Devours Rough Terrain 273
3.10.9 Google Boston Dynamics RiSE: Vertically Climbing Robot 275 
3.11 Kairos Autonami 277 
3.11.1 Kairos Autonami Pronto4 Agnostic Autonomy System for Existing Vehicles or Vessels 278
3.11.2 Kairos Autonami Pronto4 Benefits 279
3.11.3 Kairos Autonami Pronto4™ Sub-Systems 280
3.11.4 Kairos Autonami ProntoMimic Software Suite Functions 280 
3.12 Mesa Robotics 281 
3.12.1 Mesa MATILDA II 282
3.12.2 Mesa ACER 284 
3.13 Lockheed Martin 286 
3.13.1 Lockheed Martin Robotic - Human Collaboration Augmentation 286
3.13.2 Lockheed Martin Remote Operation  and Control 288
3.13.3 Lockheed Martin UCLASS 289
3.13.4 Lockheed Martin Expeditionary Ground Control System 290
3.13.5 Lockheed Martin Vehicle Control Station (VCS) Software VCS-4586 292
3.13.6 Lockheed Martin SharkFin Navigation Control 294
3.13.7 Lockheed Martin Video-Game-Like Interface for High-Level Planning 295
3.13.8 Lockheed Martin Threat Avoidance 296
3.13.9 Lockheed Martin Autonomous Mobility Appliqué System (AMAS) 297
3.13.10 Lockheed Martin SMSS 299
3.13.11 Lockheed Martin Squad Mission Support System SMSS User-Proven Autonomy 300
3.13.12 Lockheed Martin Squad Mission Support System Unmanned Capabilities 301
3.13.13 Lockheed Martin Squad Mission Support System Unmanned Capabilities 302 
3.14 Thales Group Mini UAV and UGVs 303 
3.14.1 Thales Group Customers 304 
3.15 G-NIUS UGS 305 
3.15.1 G-NIUS Avantguard MK I 306
3.15.2 G-NIUS Avantguard MK II 308
3.15.3 G-NIUS Guardium MK I 309
3.15.4 G-NIUS Guardium MK II 311
3.15.5 G-NIUS Guardium MK III 313 
3.16 ICOR Technology 317 
3.16.1 ICOR ScanX Scout™ Digital Imaging System 317
3.16.2 ICOR Technology MK3 Caliber 318
3.16.3 Icor CALIBER® T5 319
3.16.4 Icor Mini-CALIBER® 321
3.16.5 Icor MICRO-CALIBER® Rapid Response 322 
3.17 Pedsco Remote Mobile Investigator (RMI) 323 
3.17.1 Pedsco RMI-9XD 324
3.17.2 Pedsco RMI-9WT 327
3.17.3 Pedsco RMI-9XD 329
3.17.4 Pedsco RMI-10F 332 
3.18 ECA Robotics Cameleon EOD 336 
3.18.1 ECA Robotics CAMELEON CRBN 338
3.18.2 ECA Robotics COBRA MK2 339
3.18.3 ECA Robotics MAMBA 340
3.18.4 ECA Robotics TSR 202 342 
3.19 Elbit Systems Land Systems 344 
3.19.1 Elbit Systems Autonomous Systems 344 
3.20 Recon Robotics Recon Scout IR 345 
3.20.1 Recon Robotics Recon Scout XL 347
3.20.2 Recon Robotics Throwbot XT 348
3.20.3 Recon Robotics Searchstick 350 
3.21 Carnegie Mellon University Crusher 351 
3.21.1 Carnegie Mellon University TUGV 352 
3.22 RoboteX Avatar III Robot 353 
3.22.1 RoboteX Avatar III Tactical Robot 355
3.22.2 RoboteX Avatar III Hazmat Robot 357
3.22.3 RoboteX Avatar III EOD Robot 359
3.22.4 RoboteX Avatar III Security Robot 362
3.22.5 RoboteX Avatar Legion System 364
3.22.6 Avatar Legion System Bringing Automation to Campus and Shipyard Environments 365 
3.23 RE2, INC Manipulators 366 
3.23.1 RE2 Highly Dexterous Manipulation System (HDMS) 367
3.23.2 RE2 HD2 Manipulator 367
3.23.3 RE2 Imitative Controller 368
3.23.4 RE2 DS1-MA 368
3.23.5 RE2 ForeRunner RDV 370 
3.24 Chinese Military Robots 371
3.25 NORINCO Sharp Claw 372 
3.25.1 Norinco Sharp Claw 2 374
3.25.2 Norinco Chinese Big Dog Military Robot 376 
3.26 China South Industries Group 378
3.27 Chinese Weaponized 'Crab Walker' Robots 380

4 MILITARY ROBOT TECHNOLOGY 384
4.1 Military Robot Technology Enablers 384 
4.1.1 Military Robot Logistics 386 
4.2 MRAP ATV: Requirements and Contenders 388
4.3 Military Robot Enabling Technology 393
4.4 Intel Integrated Circuit Evidence-Based Innovation 395 
4.4.1 Open Robotic Control Software 397
4.4.2 Military Robot Key Technology 398
4.4.3 PC-Bots 401
4.4.4 Visual Simultaneous Localization & Mapping 402 
4.5 Advanced Robot Technology: Navigation, Mobility, And Manipulation 402 
4.5.1 Robot Intelligence Systems 403
4.5.2 Real-World, Dynamic Sensing 403 
4.6 User-Friendly Interfaces 404 
4.6.1 Tightly-Integrated, Electromechanical Robot Design 404 
4.7 Field Based Robotics Iterative Development 405 
4.7.1 Next-Generation Products Leverage Platform Model 406
4.7.2 Modular Robot Structure And Control 407
4.7.3 Lattice Architectures 407
4.7.4 Chain / Tree Architectures 407
4.7.5 Deterministic Reconfiguration 408
4.7.6 Stochastic Reconfiguration 408
4.7.7 Modular Robotic Systems 408 
4.8 Cultivating Intelligence / Military Robotic Collaborations 409
4.9 Configuration Of Robot Systems Using RISC Architectures 409 
4.9.1 MMU And Logic Space 411
4.9.2 Robotic Use of Solid State Thin Film Lithium-Ion Batteries 415 
4.10 Network Of Robots And Sensors 416 
4.10.1 Sensor Networks Part Of Research Agenda 417
4.10.2 Light Sensing 418
4.10.3 Acceleration Sensing 419
4.10.4 Chemical Sensing 419
4.10.5 GPS Navigation Sensing 419 
4.11 Military Robot Technology Functions 420
4.12 Carbon Nanotube Radio 420
4.13 iRobot  Technology 422 
4.13.1 iRobot Aware Robot Intelligence Systems 422
4.13.2 iRobot Real-World, Dynamic Sensing. 422
4.13.3 iRobot User-Friendly Interface 423
4.13.4 iRobot Tightly-Integrated Electromechanical Design. 424
4.13.5 iRobot Technology 424 
4.14 Military Robot Technology Trends 425
4.15 Classes of Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) 426 
4.15.1 Armed Robotic Vehicle (ARV) 426
4.15.2 US Unmanned Ground Vehicle Funding 427
4.15.3 Funding Military Robots 428
4.15.4 US Army's Modernization Program Funding 428
4.15.5   Efforts to Mitigate The Improvised Explosive Device Threat To Dismounted Operations 435
4.15.6 US Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization 435
4.15.7 Route Mapping 436
4.15.8 Man-Packable SUGV 436
4.15.9 Demilitarized Zone Between South and North Korea 437
4.15.10 Chinese Military Robots 438
4.15.11 Western Europe 439
4.15.12 Russian Federation 439
4.15.13 Middle East 440
4.15.14 India & Japan 440
4.15.15 Australia & Canada 440
4.15.16 Indigenous UGV R&D Capabilities 442

5. MILITARY ROBOT COMPANY PROFILES 443
5.1 Allen Vanguard 443 
5.1.1 Allen Vanguard Rapid Development 445 
5.2 BAE Systems 450 
5.1.1 BAE Systems Organization 450
5.1.2 BAE Systems Performance 451
5.1.1 BAE Systems Key Facts 451
5.1.2 BAE Systems Strategy 452
5.1.3 BAE Systems Operational Framework 454
5.1.4 Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) 454
5.1.5 BAE Systems Risk Management 454 
5.3 ECA Robotics 460
5.4 Elbit Systems 461 
5.4.1 Elbit Systems Principal Market Environment 463
5.4.2 Elbit Systems 464
5.4.3 Elbit Systems Principal Market Environment 465 
5.5 General Dynamics 467 
5.5.1 Sequester Mechanism 468
5.5.2 General Dynamics Revenue 469
5.5.3 General Dynamics Robotic Systems 470
5.5.4 General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS) Vision 470
5.5.5 General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS) Manufacturing 470
5.5.6 General Dynamics Autonomous Land And Air Vehicle Development 471 
5.6 G-Nius 472
5.7 Google 473 
5.7.1 Google / Boston Dynamics 475
5.7.2 Boston Dynamics 476
5.7.3 Boston Dynamics LS3 - Legged Squad Support Systems 477
5.7.4 Boston Dynamics CHEETAH - Fastest Legged Robot 478
5.7.5 Boston Dynamics Atlas - The Agile Anthropomorphic Robot 480
5.7.6 Boston Dynamics BigDog 482
5.7.7 Boston Dynamics LittleDog - The Legged Locomotion Learning Robot 483
5.7.8 Google Robotic Division 485
5.7.9 Google Self-Driving Car 485
5.7.10 Google Cars Address Vast Majority Of Vehicle Accidents Due To Human Error 487
5.7.11 Google Business 487
5.7.12 Google Corporate Highlights 488
5.7.13 Google Search 489
5.7.14 Google Revenue 491
5.7.15 Google Second Quarter 2013 Results 491
5.7.16 Google Revenues by Segment and Geography 494 
5.7.17 Google / Motorola Headcount 495 
5.7.18 Google / Motorola 495 
5.8 ICOR Technology 497
5.9 iRobot 497 
5.9.1 iRobot Home Robots: 499
5.9.2 iRobot Defense and Security: Protecting Those in Harm’s Way 499
5.9.3 iRobot Role In The Robot Industry 500
5.9.4 iRobot SPARK (Starter Programs for the Advancement of Robotics Knowledge) 500
5.9.5 iRobot Revenue 501
5.9.6 iRobot Acquires Evolution Robotics, Inc. 503
5.9.7 iRobot / Evolution Robotics 504
5.9.8 iRobot Strategy 504
5.9.9 iRobot Technology 507 
5.10 Kairos Autonami 508 
5.10.1 Kairos Autonomi upgrades robot conversion kit 508
5.10.2 Kairos Autonomi Autonomy ROI 509
5.10.3 Kairos Autonomi Upgrades Robot Conversion Kit 510 
5.11 Kawada Industries 510
5.12 Kongsberg 511 
5.12.1 Kongsberg Defence Systems  Revenue 512 
5.13 Lockheed Martin 513 
5.13.1 Lockheed Martin Symphony Improvised Explosive Device Jammer Systems 517
5.13.2 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Revenue 517
5.13.3 Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems 522
5.13.4 Lockheed Martin 523
5.13.5 Lockheed Martin Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) 524
5.13.6 Lockheed Martin K-MAX 527
5.13.7 Lockheed Martin Desert Hawk III 529
5.13.8 Lockheed Martin Stalker UAS 530
5.13.20 Lockheed Martin Fury 532
5.13.9 Lockheed Martin VTOL Quad Rotor 533 
5.14 Magal 535
5.15 Mesa Robotics 536 
5.15.1 Systems Development Division of Mesa Associates 537
5.15.2 Mesa Robotics Affordable Robotic Solutions 539
5.15.3 Mesa Robotics Revenue 540 
5.16 Northrop Grumman 541 
5.16.1 Northrop Grumman Revenue 543
5.16.2 Northrop Grumman Remotec 543
5.16.3 Northrop Grumman Leading Global Security Company 544
5.16.4 Northrop Grumman Supplies Marine Navigation Equipment 547
5.16.5 Northrop Grumman Recognized by UK Ministry of Defense for Role in Supporting Sentry AWACS Aircraft During Military Operations in Libya 548
5.16.6 Northrop Grumman Corporation subsidiary Remotec Inc. upgrade the U.S. Air Force fleet of Andros HD-1 548
5.16.7 Northrop Grumman NAV CANADA Supplier 549 
5.17 Pearson Engineering 550
5.18 Pedsco 551
5.19 QinetiQ 552 
5.19.1 QinetQ Comprised Of Experts 553
5.19.2 QinetiQ North America TALON Detects Deadly IEDs And Saves Lives 554
5.19.3 QinetiQ World-Leading Products: 556
5.19.4 QinetiQ Innovation 557
5.19.5 QinetiQ North America 558
5.19.6 QinetiQ Revenue 559
5.19.7 QinetiQ Vision 560
5.19.8 QinetiQ Mission 560
5.19.9 QinetiQ / Foster Miller 560
5.19.10 QinetiQ / Foster Miller Financial Position 562
5.19.11 QinetiQ North America Order for 100 Dragon Runner 10Micro Robots: 564
5.19.12 QinetiQ / Automatika 566
5.19.13 QinetiQ Customer Base 567 
5.20 Re2, Inc 570 
5.20.1 Re  Leading Developer 574
5.20.2 Re2 Forerunner High Speed Inspection Robot 576
5.20.3 Re2 ForeRunner RDV 577
5.20.4 Re2 HST - High-Speed Teleoperation 577 
5.21 ReconRobotics 578 
5.21.1 ReconRobotics Tactical, Micro-Robot Systems 579 
5.22 Robotex 580 
5.22.1 Robotex EOD Robot Assessment Results 580 
5.23 TechnoRobot 581
5.24 Telerob 585
5.24.1 Telerob 585 
5.25 Thales Group 586 
5.1.6 Thales Core Businesses 587
5.1.7 Thales: - A Global Player 587
5.1.8 Thales Key Technology Domains 589
5.1.9 Thales Open Research 589
5.1.10 Thales Stance on Environment 590
5.1.11 Thales Processes 590
5.1.12 Thales Product Design 590
5.1.13 Thales Site Management 590
5.1.14 Thales Alenia Space Integration Of Service Module For The Fourth ATV 591
5.1.15 Thales Sonar ‘Excels’ In Anti-Submarine Warfare Exercise 592
5.25.1 Thales Group Ground Alerter 10 594
5.25.2 Thales Group Ground Master 400 (GM 400) 594
5.25.3 Thales Group Ground Smarter 1000 595
5.25.4 Thales Group 596 
5.26 Selected Military Robot Companies 598
List Of Figures

Figure ES-1 Boston Bombing Boat Picture with Terrorist Inside 36
Table ES-2 Charter for the Army Changes With Global Economy 38
Table ES-3 Military Robots Used to Fight Terrorism 40
Table ES-4 Military Robots Platform Technology 41
Table ES-5 Military Robots Support Local and Regional Law Enforcement Worldwide 42
Table ES-6 Military Robots Poised To Change Economics of the Army 43
Table ES-7 Military Robotic Market Challenges 44
Table ES-8 Robotic Technical Challenges 45
Table ES-9 Military Robotics Market Factors 49
Table ES-10 Military Robot Functions 50
Table ES-11 Military Robots Market Driving Factors 52
Table ES-12 Military Robot Market Driving Forces 53
Figure ES-13 Military Ground Robot Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014 55
Figure ES-14 Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021 58
Figure 1-1 US Unmanned Vehicle Ground Domain Performance 61
Table 1-2 US Military Modernization Equipment Priorities 62
Figure 1-3 Cultural and Military Structural Issues 64
Figure 1-4 Shift From Manned Combatant Role to Unmanned Autonomous Systems 65
Figure 1-5 Army Agile Process 66
Table 1-6 Military Robot Applications 70
Table 1-6 Military Robot Applications 71
Table 1-7 Military Armed Robotic Applications 71
Table 1-8 What the Soldier Wants In Robotic Systems 75
Figure 1-9 Cobham Telerob Explosive Observation Robot and Ordnance Disposal Unit 80
Figure 1-10 Cobham Telerob Explosive Ordnance Disposal EOD System For Operation In Confined Areas 81
Figure 1-11 QinetiQ North America TALON® Robots Universal Disruptor Mount (UDM) 83
Figure 1-12 Next-Generation General Dynamics 84
Figure 1-13 US Army UGV Roadmap RS-JPO Structure 96
Table 1-14 Definition of Military Robots: 97
Figure 2-1 Boston Bombing Boat Picture with Terrorist Inside 99
Table 2-2 Charter for the Army Changes With Global Economy 101
Table 2-3 Military Robots Used to Fight Terrorism 103
Table 2-4 Military Robots Platform Technology 104
Table 2-5 Military Robots Support Local and Regional Law Enforcement Worldwide 105
Table 2-6 Military Robots Poised To Change Economics of the Army 106
Table 2-7 Military Robotic Market Challenges 107
Table 2-8 Robotic Technical Challenges 108
Table 2-9 Military Robotics Market Factors 112
Table 2-10 Military Robot Functions 113
Table 2-11 Military Robots Market Driving Factors 115
Table 2-12 Military Robot Market Driving Forces 116
Figure 2-13 Military Ground Robot Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014 118
Table 2-14 Military Ground Robot Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014 119
Figure 2-15 iRobot 510PackBot 125
Figure 2-16 iRobot® PackBot® 510 for Infantry Troops 127
Figure 2-17 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II 131
Figure 2-18 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II 132
Figure 2-19 QinetQ Robotic Appliqué Kit Transforms Bobcats into Remotely-Operated Robots 134
Figure 2-20 Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021 137
Table 2-21 Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021 138
Figure 2-22 Mini and Small Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2021 139
Table 2-23 Mini and Small Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021 140
Figure 2-24 Mid Size Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021 142
Figure 2-25 Mid Size Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021 143
Table 2-26 Larger Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021 144
Table 2-27 Military Robotic Trends 146
Figure 2-28 Military Ground Robot Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2014 148
Table 2-29 Military Ground Robots Regional Market Segments, 2014 149
Figure 3-1 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II 156
Figure 3-2 iRobot 510PackBot for EOD Technicians 159
Table 3-3 iRobot 510 PackBot for EOD Conventional Ordnance and SWAT Missions 160
Figure 3-4 iRobot® PackBot® 510 for Infantry Troops 161
Figure 3-5 iRobot® PackBot® 510 for Combat Engineers 162
Table 3-6 iRobot 510 PackBot for Combat Engineers Tasks 162
Figure 3-7 iRobot® 710 Warrior™ 163
Table 3-8 iRobot® 710 Warrior™ Uses 164
Figure 3-9 iRobot® 110 FirstLook® 165
Figure 3-10 iRobot® 110 Small, Light And Throwable FirstLook® Uses 166
Figure 3-11 iRobot® SUGV 167
Figure 3-12 iRobot® SUGV Uses 168
Figure 3-13 iRobot® 1KA Seaglider™ 169
Figure 3-14 iRobot® 1KA Seaglider ® Uses 170
Figure 3-15 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II 172
Table 3-16 Northrop Grumman Mini Andros II Features 173
Figure 3-17 Northrop Grumman Mini Andros II 174
Figure 3-18 Northrop Grumman ANDROS Hazmat 175
Figure 3-19 Northrop Grumman Andros In the Military Street 176
Figure 3-20 Northrop Grumman Andros In the Military Field 177
Figure 3-21 General Dynamics Tactical Control Units with Scalable Warfighter-Machine Interfaces 178
Table 3-22 General Dynamics Tactical Control Units Benefits 179
Table 3-23 General Dynamics Vision For Robots As Co-Combatants 181
Figure 3-24 General Dynamics Robotic Convoys 182
Table 3-25 General Dynamics Leader-Follower Technologies 183
Figure 3-26 General Dynamics Laser Radar (LADAR) Technology In Support Of Vision Robots 184
Table 3-27 Benefits of a General Dynamics Robotic Sentry 186
Table 3-28 GDRS Integrated C2 System Functions 187
Figure 3-29 General Dynamics TAC-C Robot 189
Figure 3-30 Next-Generation General Dynamics Robots 190
Figure 3-31 Kongsberg Protector Remote Weapon Station 193
Figure 3-32 Kongsberg CORTEX 194
Figure 3-33 BAE Systems Electronic Bugs 196
Figure 3-34 BAE Systems Remote Military Land Vehicles 198
Figure 3-35 Qinetiq HAZMAT GHOST Team 200
Table 3-36 QinetiQ’s ROVs Sensor Functions 201
Figure 3-37 QinetQ Robotic Appliqué Kit Transforms Bobcats into Remotely-Operated Robots 202
Figure 3-38 QinetiQ Laptop Control Unit (LCU) 204
Table 3-39 QinetiQ Laptop Control Unit Functions 205
Table 3-40 QinetiQ TALON Product Line Specific Task Expansion 207
Figure 3-41 QinetQ TALON 208
Table 3-42 QinetiQ North America’s TALON® Family Of Robots Features 209
Table 3-43 QinetiQ North America’s TALON® Family Of Robots Target Markets 210
Table 3-44 QinetiQ North America’s TALON® Family Of Robots Mission Positioning 211
Table 3-45 QinetiQ TALON Product Line 213
Table 3-46 QinetiQ TALON Expertise in Action 214
Figure 3-47 QinetQ Modular Advanced Armed Robotic System 215
Figure 3-48 QinetQ Raider I Engineer 217
Table 3-49 QinetQ Raider I Engineer Mission 218
Figure 3-50 QinetQ Raider II 218
Figure 3-51 QinetiQ IED Defeat/Combat Engineer Vehicle 220
Table 3-52 QinetiQ Spartacus Diesel-Powered Loader Mission 221
Figure 3-53 QinetQ U.S. Army REF Minotaur 222
Table 3-54 QinetiQ North America’s Tactical Robot Controller (TRC) Features 224
Table 3-55 Cobham TEL610 S Rapid Response Vehicle Functions 229
Table 3-56 Cobham TEL620 M Search and Detection IED M-class Response Vehicle Functions 231
Figure 3-57 Cobham TEL630 Vehicles EOD, IED and NBC Detection 232
Figure 3-58 Cobham TEL640 XL Response Vehicle Mobile Operations Centre 234
Figure 3-59 Cobham TEL650 XXL Special Purpose EOD IED Response Vehicle Lavish Interior 236
Table 3-60 Cobham TEL650 XXL Special Purpose EOD IED Response Vehicle Functions 238
Table 3-61 Telerob’s Key Product Areas 239
Figure 3-62 Cobham Telerob Heavy-Duty EOD Robot Product 241
Figure 3-63 Telerob TeleMAX Small Bomb Disposal EOD Heavy-Duty Robots 243
Figure 3-64 Cobham Telerob teleMAX 244
Figure 3-65 Cobham Telerob Bomb Disposal Vehicles 245
Figure 3-66 Telerob Bomb Disposal Vehicle Interior 246
Figure 3-67 Allen Vanguard Beetle Nano UGV 247
Table 3-68 Allen Vanguard Beetle Nano UGV Features 248
Figure 3-69 Allen Vanguard Armadillo Micro UGV 249
Table 3-70 Allen Vanguard Armadillo Micro UGV Features 251
Figure 3-71 Allen Vanguard Scorpion Small UGV 252
Table 3-72 Allen Vanguard Scorpion Small UGV Functions 253
Figure 3-73 Allen Vanguard Digital Vanguard ROV 254
Table 3-74 Allen Vanguard Digital Vanguard Controller Functions 256
Table 3-75 Allen Vanguard Digital Vanguard Controller Features 257
Figure 3-76 Allen Vanguard Defender ROV 258
Table 3-77 Allen Vanguard Defender ROV Functions 260
Figure 3-78 Boston Dynamics SandFlea - Leaps Small Buildings in a Single Bound 261
Figure 3-79 Boston Dynamic LS3 263
Figure 3-80 Google Boston Dynamic CHEETAH 264
Figure 3-81 Google Boston Dynamic Atlas 266
Figure 3-82 Google Boston Dynamic BigDog 268
Figure 3-83 Google Boston Dynamics LittleDog - 270
Figure 3-84 Google Boston Dynamics PETMAN 271
Figure 3-85 Google Boston Dynamics RHex 273
Figure 3-86 Google Boston Dynamics RiSE: Vertically Climbing Robot 275
Figure 3-87 Google Boston Dynamics SquishBot 276
Figure 3-88 Kairos Pronto4 Agnostic Autonomy System for Existing Vehicles or Vessels 278
Figure 3-89 Kairos Autonami Pronto4 zSolution For Truck 279
Table 3-90 Kairos Autonami Software Features: 281
Figure 3-91 Mesa Robotics MATILDA II 282
Table 3-92 Mesa Robotics MATILDA II Functions 283
Figure 3-93 Mesa ACER 284
Table 3-94 Mesa Robotics ACER Functions 285
Figure 3-95 Lockheed Martin Human Collaboration with Robots 286
Figure 3-96 Lockheed Martin Remote Operation and Control 288
Figure 3-97 Lockheed Martin UCLASS 289
Figure 3-98 Lockheed Martin Expeditionary Ground Control System 290
Table 3-99 Lockheed Martin Expeditionary Ground Control System: 291
Figure 3-100 Lockheed Martin Vehicle Control Station (VCS) software VCS-4586 292
Figure 3-101 Lockheed Martin SharkFin Navigation Control 294
Figure 3-102 Lockheed Martin Human Augmentation 296
Figure 3-103 Lockheed Martin Autonomous Mobility Appliqué System (AMAS) 297
Figure 3-104 Lockheed Martin SMSS 299
Table 3-105 Lockheed Martin Squad Mission Support System SMSS Uses 301
Table 3-106 Thales Group Mini UAV and UGVs Main Characteristics 304
Table 3-107 G-NIUS Unmanned Ground Systems (UGS) LTD Technology 305
Table 3-108 G-NIUS Unmanned Ground Systems (UGS) LTD Appositions 306
Figure 3-109 G-NIUS Avantguard MK II 308
Table 3-110 G-NIUS Guardium MK I 310
Figure 3-111 G-NIUS Guardium MK II 312
Figure 3-112 G-NIUS Guardium MK III 314
Table 3-113 G-NIUS Guardium MK III Capabilities 315
Table 3-114 G-NIUS Guardium MK III Advanced Technology 316
Table 115 ICOR ScanX Scout™ Digital Imaging System Functions 317
Figure 3-116 ICOR Technology MK3 Caliber 318
Figure 3-117 Icor CALIBER® T5 319
Figure 3-118 Icor Mini-CALIBER® 321
Figure 3-119 Icor MICRO-CALIBER® Rapid Response 322
Figure 3-120 pedsco RMI-9XD 324
Table 3-121 Pedsco RMI-9XD Versatile 6 Wheeled Vehicle Functions: 325
Table 3-122 Pedsco RMI-9XD Versatile 6 Wheeled Vehicle Features: 326
Figure 3-123 Pedsco RMI-9WT 327
Table 3-124 Pedsco RMI-9WT FEATURES: 328
Figure 3-125 Pedsco RMI-9XD 329
Table 3-126 Pedsco RMI-9XD Features: 330
Table 3-127 Pedsco RMI-9XD Functions: 331
Figure 3-128 Pedsco RMI-10F 332
Table 3-129 Pedsco RMI-10F Features: 333
Figure 3-130 Robosoft robuROC 335
Figure 3-131 ECA Robotics CAMELEON EOD 336
Table 3-132 ECA Robotics CAMELEON EOD Mission Types 337
Figure 3-133 ECA Robotics CAMELEON CRBN 338
Figure 3-134 ECA Robotics COBRA MK2 339
Figure 3-135 ECA Robotics COBRA Missions 340
Figure 3-136 ECA Robotics EOD MAMBA Vehicle 341
Table 3-137 ECA Robotics EOD MAMBA Functions 342
Figure 3-138 ECA Robotics TSR 202 343
Figure 3-139 Recon Robotics Recon Scout IR 346
Figure 3-140 Recon Robotics Recon Scout XL 347
Figure 3-141 Recon Robotics Throwbot XT 348
Figure 3-142 Carnegie Mellon University Crusher 351
Table 3-143 Carnegie Mellon University TUGV 352
Figure 3-144 RoboteX Avatar III Robot 353
Figure 3-145 RoboteX Avatar III Tactical Robot 355
Table 3-146 RoboteX Avatar Robot Benefits: 356
Figure 3-147 RoboteX Avatar III Hazmat Robot 357
Table 3-148 AVATAR Gas and Radiation Detector Mount Benefits: 358
Figure 3-149 RoboteX Avatar III EOD Robot 359
Table 3-150 Avatar III EOD Robot Use Cases 360
Table 3-151 Avatar III EOD Robot Benefits: 361
Figure 3-152 RoboteX Avatar III Security Robot 362
Table 3-153 RoboteX Avatar III Security Robot Benefits 363
Figure 3-154 RE2 Manipulators 366
Table 3-155 RE2, INC Manipulators Features That Enhance Adaptability And Modularity 367
Figure 3-156 RE2 Manipulator Tools 368
Table 3-157 RE2 Features of the DS1-MA: 369
Figure 3-158 RE2 ForeRunner RDV 370
3.24 Chinese Military Robots 371
Figure 3-159 NORINCO Sharp Claw 1 372
Figure 3-160 Norinco Sharp Claw 1 Stores in Sharp Claw 2 373
Figure 3-161 Norinco Sharp Claw 2 374
Figure 3-162 Norinco Sharp Claw 2 Unloading Sharp Claw 1 375
Figure 3-163 Chinese Big Dog Military Robot 377
3.26 China South Industries Group 378
Figure 3-164 China South Industries Group 378
Figure 3-165 Weapons for the Chinese 'Crab Walker' Robots 380
Figure 3-166 Chinese Crab Walker With Its Rear And Forward Leg Mounts Retracted 381
Figure 4-1 Military Robot Technology Enablers 384
Table 4-2 Military Robot Technology Characteristics 385
Figure 4-3 Military Ground Robot Technology Enablers 386
Table 4-4 US Army Military Robot Logistics Positioning 387
Figure 4-5 Robot Systems Associated with Force Application Description 391
Figure 4-6 Robotic Performance Characteristics 392
Table 4-7 Military Robotics Enabling Technology 394
TABLE 4-8 Military Robots Development Challenges 395
Table 4-9 Military Robot Integrated Circuit-Based Innovation Functions 396
Table 4-10 Military Robot Key Technology 398
Table 4-11 Robot Communications Key Technology 399
Table 4-12 Military Robot Key Navigation Technologies 400
Table 4-13 Human-Robot Interaction 401
Table 4-14 Visual Simultaneous Localization & Mapping Functions Relevant to Robotics 402
Figure 4-15 Hitachi Modular Robot Configuration 412
Table 4-16 Military Robot Key Product Technology Factors 414
Table 4-16 Military Robot Key Product Technology Factors 415
Table 4-17 Military Robot Technology Functions 420
Table 4-23 iRobot Technology 424
Figure 4-24 US Army Modernization Summary 429
Figure 4-25 US Protection Modernization Strategy 432
Table 4-26 US Army Revised Military Robotics Vision 433
Figure 5-1 Allen Vanguard Threat Intelligence 444
Table 5-2 Allen-Vanguard R&D Team Mandate: 445
Table 5-3 Allen-Vanguard Scientific And Engineering Topics Researched and Developed 446
Table 5-4 Allen-Vanguard R&D Fundamental Research 447
Table 5-5 Allen-Vanguard R&D Engineers And Scientists Comprehensive Research 448
Table 5-6 BAE Systems Company Positioning 452
Figure 5-7 BAE Systems Strategy 453
Table 5-8 BAE Systems Standards 455
Figure 5-9 BAE Systems Revenue in Defense Market 456
Table 5-10 ECA Robotics Range Of Products 460
Table 5-11 Elbit Systems Activities: 462
Table 5-12 Elbit Systems Activities: 465
Figure 5-13 Boston Dynamic LS3 477
Figure 5-14 Boston Dynamic CHEETAH 478
Figure 5-15 Boston Dynamic Atlas 480
Figure 5-16 Boston Dynamic BigDog 482
Figure 5-17 Boston Dynamics LittleDog - 484
Table 5-18 Google Autonomous Vehicles Technology 486
Table 5-19 iRobot Strategy Key elements 505
Table 5-20 iRobot Strategy Key Common Platforms and Software elements 506
Figure 5-21 Lockheed Martin Segment Positioning 515
Table 5-22 Lockheed Martin's operating units 516
Figure 5-23 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Segment Positioning 518
Figure 5-24 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Segment Portfolio 519
Figure 5-25 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics C130 Worldwide Airlift 520
Figure 5-26 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Falcon Fighter 521
Figure 5-27 Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems Portfolio 522
Figure 5-28 Lockheed Martin Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) 524
Table 5-29 Lockheed Martin Mars Atmosphere And Volatile Evolution Objectives 525
Figure 5-30 Lockheed Martin K-MAX 527
Figure 5-31 Lockheed Martin Desert Hawk III 529
Figure 5-32 Lockheed Martin Stalker UAS 530
Figure 5-33 Lockheed Martin Fury 532
Figure 5-34 Lockheed Martin VTOL Quad Rotor 533
Table 5-35 Mesa Robotics Technical Experience 538
Table 5-36 Northrop Grumman Partner Of Choice 542
Figure 5-37 Northrop Grumman Systems Segments 545
Figure 5-38 Northrop Grumman Portfolio 546
Table 5-39 QinetiQ Vision 560
Figure 5-40 QinetiQ Dragon Runner Urban Operations Rugged Ultra-Compact, Lightweight And Portable Reconnaissance Robot 565
Table 5-41 QinetiQ Customer Base 567
Figure 5-42 Re Core Technologies 571
Figure 5-43 Re Unmanned Ground Vehicles 572
Figure 5-44 Re Forerunner Key Features 573
Figure 5-45 Re2 Open Architecture for Robots 575
5.23 TechnoRobot 581
Figure 5-46  Technorobot 582
Figure 5-47 Technorobot Collaborations 584
5.24 Telerob Thales Group 586
Table 5-48 Thales Key Technology Domains 589
Figure 5-49 Thales Measurable Environmental Targets 591
Figure 5-50 Thales Group GROUND Master 400 594
Table 5-51 Thales Group GROUND Master 400 Key Features: 595
Table 5-52 Thales Group Ground Smarter 1000 Key Features: 596
Figure 5-53 Thales Critical Decision Chain 597 



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