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DSA 2016: Endeavor Robotics eyes As-Pac
A set of unmanned ground vehicles (UGV) from Endeavour Robotics will be demonstrated to militaries and police forces in Malaysia and Singapore later this year.
Endeavor Robotics is a private business successor to iRobot’s military and security division that was launched on 4 April.
The company stated that, in addition to demonstrations in Southeast Asia, they are eyeing the whole Asia-Pacific region. Australia is another country looking at enhancing its military UGV inventory, and last year the company delivered six PackBots to the Indonesian police.
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