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Paris Air Show: Heads turned by UGV concept

16th June 2015 - 12:10 GMT | by Richard Thomas in Paris

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Turning heads among the vast range of vehicles on display at the Paris Air Show was a concept vehicle developed by loitering munitions manufacturer UVision that married their HERO range to an unmanned ground vehicle.

The aim was to show that you could have the vehicle optionally manned or unmanned with a single operator controlling both the UGV, on this occasion a modified Tomcar platform, and loitering munition, according to Yair Dubester, president and CEO.

‘The (UGL-H30) is a concept to show that you can deploy loitering munitions on unmanned ground vehicles, which are becoming more popular, or ships and

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