By combining Milrem’s Multiscope unmanned ground auto (UGV) and Leica’s Pegasus:Two cellular mapping-sensor platform, the Pegasus:Multiscope gives a lot quicker, charge-effective, and adaptable technological know-how built to study tricky terrain in real time. With its minimal ground strain, the UGV can traverse any kind of terrain, which includes mud, sand, or snow. When put together with the Pegasus:Two’s many sensor choices, the applications are unlimited.
”We dwell in an at any time-altering entire world where by tough terrain can prohibit our talents to advance. We can now conquer these challenge with the Pegasus:Multiscope, enabling mobile mapping to be carried out in areas unreachable by regular autos,” suggests Stuart Woods, vice president of Leica Geosystems Geospatial Answers Division.
“The Pegasus:Multiscope proves how much UGVs have state-of-the-art to aid significantly maximize effectiveness in a range of business applications,” claims Kuldar Väärsi, CEO, Milrem AS. “We’re thrilled to lover with Leica Geosystems for the to start with solution in the Multiscope modular UGV series and to show how our blended engineering gives reduced labor charges, more quickly benefits, and considerably greater dependability than existing alternatives.”
Driven by a diesel generator, Li-ion battery packs, and graphene ultracapacitors, this equipment can run for up to 10 hrs of nominal operate. Other functions of the Pegasus:Multiscope involve:
Maximum speeds: 15 to 22 mph
Zero turning radius
Body weight: 1,985 kilos
Payload: 1,655 pounds
For more data, check out Leica Geosystems at leica-gesosystems.com or Milrem at milrem.ee.en.