Endeavor receives UGV support order
Endeavor Robotics has received a $15 million order from the US government for upgrades and accessories to support currently fielded UGVs, the company announced on 30 August.
The upgrades and accessories will enhance the performance of US government UGVs assets through improvements to platform communications and command and control systems.
Sean Bielat, CEO, Endeavor Robotics, said: ‘We are a highly responsive, customer-focused, agile company that stands positioned to rapidly provide upgrades, accessories and new platforms whenever called upon by our customers.
‘We remain ready 24/7 to meet the needs of our valued customers, helping them place distance between themselves and the incredible hazards that they bravely face each day.’
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