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世界の軍事用ロボット・無人機市場:市場シェア・戦略・予測分析 (2015-2021年)

Military Robots: Market Shares, Market Strategies, and Market Forecasts Worldwide, 2015 to 2021.

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世界の軍事用ロボット・無人機市場:市場シェア・戦略・予測分析 (2015-2021年) Military Robots: Market Shares, Market Strategies, and Market Forecasts Worldwide, 2015 to 2021.
出版日: 2015年02月27日 ページ情報: 英文 644 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、世界の軍事用ロボットの市場について調査分析し、製品カテゴリー・地域別の市場規模実績・予測、主要製造業者の市場シェア、製品概要、関連技術、主要企業のプロファイルなどをまとめてお届けいたします。

軍事用陸上ロボット市場シェア

軍事ロボット市場予測

第1章 軍事用ロボット:市場概要・市場力学

  • コンバットチームへのロボット能力の提供
  • 軍事ロボットの範囲
  • 陸軍のG8 未来オフィス
  • 軍事ロボットのタイプ
  • UGVの実現技術
  • 軍事ロボットの帯域
  • SUGV

第2章 軍事用ロボット:市場シェア・市場予測

  • 軍事用陸上ロボット市場:成長牽引因子
  • 軍事用陸上ロボット:市場シェア
  • 軍事用ロボット市場予測
  • 軍事用・ファーストレスポンダーロボット:市場シェア
  • 軍事用陸上ロボット:市場予測
  • 軍事ロボットの地域市場分析

第3章 軍事用ロボットの製品概要

  • 軍事用ロボット関連
  • iRobot
  • Northrop Grumman
  • General Dynamics Robotic Systems
  • Kongsberg
  • BAE Systems
  • QinetQ
  • Cobham (bought Telerob )
  • Allen Vanguard
  • Google / Boston Dynamics
  • Kairos Autonami
  • Mesa Robotics
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Thales Group Mini UAV and UGVs
  • G-NIUS UGS
  • ICOR Technology
  • Pedsco Remote Mobile Investigator (RMI)
  • ECA Robotics Cameleon EOD
  • Elbit Systems Land Systems
  • Recon Robotics Recon Scout IR
  • Carnegie Mellon University Crusher
  • RoboteX Avatar III Robot
  • RE2, INC Manipulators
  • Chinese Military Robots
  • NORINCO Sharp Claw
  • China South Industries Group
  • Chinese Weaponized 'Crab Walker' Robots

第4章 軍事用ロボットの技術

  • 軍事用ロボット技術を実現するもの
  • MRAP ATV: 要件および競合相手
  • 軍事用ロボットの実現技術
  • Intel ICのエビデンスベースの革新
  • 高度ロボット技術:ナビゲーション・モビリティ・操作
  • ユーザーフレンドリーなインターフェース
  • 現場ベースロボット工学の反復的開発
  • 育成型知能/軍事用ロボットの共同制作
  • RISC アーキテクチャを使ったロボットシステムの構成
  • ロボット・センサーネットワーク
  • 軍事用ロボット技術の機能
  • カーボンナノチューブラジオなど

第5章 軍事用ロボット関連企業プロファイル

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Product Code: SH26210949

Economies of scale and new levels of protection availability are provided by military robots. Military robot target markets are military, government, and commercial. Funding sources for military robots are likely to expand beyond the army to the state department and the intelligence community. Beyond that, virtually every government department is likely to purchase military robots.

Funding sources for military robots become more widely dispersed than has been the case with military purchases by the cold war military industrial complex. Instead of a very few large defense contractors fighting for each large contract award, military robots represent adaptations of competitive bidding to suit the military needs for a robot. Some funding may come from organizations like the FAA, the agriculture department, the CDC, and other government agencies that have outreach responsibility. The point is that military robots are affordable, useful, flexible, able to be re-purposed, and extremely effective in the field.

The military robots that are lasting are those implemented as a versatile platform ready to combat terrorism wherever it appears. Terrorists feed on the unexpected. As a military robotic platform technology that accepts multiple different modules, robots can be repurposed within minutes in the event of a terrorist attack.

A traditional IED military robot deterrent may not be the most effective in a terrorist situation. With a robotic platform approach, the army can respond to situations that are creating the need for flexible, general purpose military response to threats. The military robots can change their purpose to meet a need that might not even have been thought of before the need arose.

The military robots are helping change the definition of what an army does to protect a nation. Terrorists are among the forces that have changed the role of the army altogether. Not only terrorists, but world economic changes to industrial footprints, military responsiveness needs change rapidly. Armies with military might remain the only way for a country to enforce protection of its economic interests, it ships, its manufacturing, its trading capabilities, and its borders.

Without a military and strong military allies, a country has no standing in the world economy. It has no way to protect the integrity of its borders. It has no way to protect its citizens. Military strength remains dependent on ships, aircraft, and a good army. The military robots support an army and the other branches of the armed forces as well. Military robots will to some extent leverage existing civilian technology, repurposing common devices to create a military robotic platform.

The US army is embroiled in change of a different order - downsizing its size, downsizing the number of soldiers deployed. This is an all-consuming task, not leaving much bandwidth for the leadership to think about how to combat terrorism with robots. The leadership of the army does have the idea that downsizing will free up budget to invest in technology.

All that labor cost needs to go away in order to invest in technology. When the army leadership does turn its attention to technology, it will see that the need is to complement the air force drones with a ground force of military robotic automated process implementation unlike anything we have ever seen before is the way to go.

The modular approach to implementing a robot that can be controlled remotely is the ideal way to address the new challenges the military encounters. Instead of building a new duplicate communications network, the military can leverage existing global civilian networks, funding modest changes to those existing networks, making them better for the military, regional and local law enforcement agencies, and the civilians.

According to Susan Eustis, the lead author of the study, "the military robot purchase is driven by the need for modernization of the military. The new military is dependent on flexibility and early response. The use of military robots is based on providing a robot that is less expensive to put in the field than a trained soldier and supporting the desire to keep the trained soldiers out of harm's way. That automation of process and modernization has appeal to those who run the military."

As nations test their ability to annex neighbors, negotiated resolution to conflict depends on the relative military strength of all the interested parties. Military robots are a key aspect of an evolving global need for military presence everywhere

Military ground robot market growth comes from the inherent advantages provided by technology. Technology is poised to be effective at the forefront of fighting terrorism. Markets at $3.2 billion in 2014 reach $10.2 billion by 2021. Growth is based on the adoption of automated process by armies and military organizations worldwide. This automated process implemented as a combination of software for innovation and robotic platforms is not the traditional military system.

They are systems of engagement that have arms and sensors, tracks and wheels, motors and solid state batteries. These systems of engagement support leveraging smart phones and mobile platforms. The aim is to achieve a broader, more intelligent military presence in every area of the globe.

Table of Contents

MILITARY ROBOT MARKET EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Military Robot Market Driving Forces
    • In Boston: Terrorist Hid In The Back Yard Of A Suburban Home Inside A Boat
    • As The World Economy Changes Military Responsiveness Needs Rapid Response With Automated Process
    • Military Robots Support A New Industrial Revolution
    • Military Ground Robots Protect Human Life In The Event Of Terrorist Attack
    • Defense Industry Is Entering A New Era
    • Military Ground Robot Market Driving Forces
  • Military Ground Robots Market Shares
  • Military Robot Forecasts

1. MILITARY ROBOT DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS

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

2. MILITARY ROBOTS MARKET SHARE AND MARKET FORECASTS

  • 2.1 Military Robot Market Driving Forces
    • 2.1.1 In Boston: Terrorist Hid In The Back Yard Of A Suburban Home Inside A Boat
    • 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
    • 2.1.4 Military Ground Robots Protect Human Life In The Event Of Terrorist Attack
    • 2.1.5 Defense Industry Is Entering A New Era
    • 2.1.6 Military Ground Robot Market Driving Forces
  • 2.2 Military Ground Robots Market Shares
    • 2.2.1 Selected Leading Military Robots
    • 2.2.2 General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS)
    • 2.2.3 General Dynamics Autonomous Navigation
    • 2.2.4 General Dynamics Robotic Controllers
    • 2.2.5 General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS) Leader In Tactical Robotics
    • 2.2.6 iRobot
    • 2.2.7 Northrop Grumman
    • 2.2.8 Northrop Grumman Cutlass
    • 2.2.9 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II
    • 2.2.10 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II
    • 2.2.11 Lockheed Martin
    • 2.2.12 QinetQ Robotic Appliqué Kit Transforms Bobcats into Remotely-
  • 2.3 Military Robot Forecasts
    • 2.3.1 Small Military Robot Forecasts
    • 2.3.2 Mid Size Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts
    • 2.3.3 Larger Military Robot Forecasts
    • 2.3.4 Military Robotic Trends
  • 2.4 Homeland Security Robots
  • 2.5 Military Robot Regional Segments

3. MILITARY ROBOTIC PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

  • 3.1 Military Robot Systems of Engagement
    • 3.1.1 Military Robots Delivering Offensive and Defensive Capabilities to Combat Teams
    • 3.1.2 Selected Leading Military Robots
    • 3.1.3 Northrop Grumman
    • 3.1.4 Northrop Grumman Cutlass
    • 3.1.5 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II
    • 3.1.6 Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts
  • 3.2 iRobot
    • 3.2.1 iRobot® 510 PackBot® for EOD Technicians
    • 3.2.2 iRobot® PackBot® 510 for Infantry Troops
    • 3.2.3 iRobot® PackBot® 510 for Combat Engineers
    • 3.2.4 iRobot 710 Warrior™
    • 3.2.5 iRobot® 110 FirstLook®
    • 3.2.6 iRobot® SUGV
    • 3.2.7 iRobot® 1KA Seaglider™
    • 3.2.8 iRobot Defense and Security
  • 3.3 Northrop Grumman
    • 3.3.1 Northrop Grumman CUTLASS
    • 3.3.2 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II
    • 3.3.3 Northrop Grumman Mini Andros II Features
    • 3.3.4 Northrop Grumman ANDROS Hazmat
  • 3.4 General Dynamics Robotic Systems
    • 3.4.1 General Dynamics Tactical Control Units with Scalable Warfighter-Machine Interfaces
    • 3.4.2 General Dynamics Autonomous Navigation
    • 3.4.3 General Dynamics Robotics Capabilities
    • 3.4.4 General Dynamics Robotic Convoys
    • 3.4.5 General Dynamics Laser Radar (LADAR) Technology In Support Of Vision Robots
    • 3.4.6 General Dynamics Robotic Sentry - Intruder Detection and Assessment
    • 3.4.7 General Dynamics Virtual Staff: Integrated, Automated Command and Control
    • 3.4.8 General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS) Leader In Tactical Robotics
    • 3.4.9 General Dynamics Mobile Detection
    • 3.4.10 General Dynamics Tactical Autonomous Combat - Chassis (TAC - C)
  • 3.5 Kongsberg
    • 3.5.1 Kongsberg Protector Remote Weapon Station
    • 3.5.2 Kongsberg CORTEX
  • 3.6 BAE Systems
    • 3.6.1 BAE Systems Electronic Bugs Developed for Military Use
    • 3.6.2 BAE Systems Land Vehicles Given a Brain of their Own
  • 3.7 QinetQ
    • 3.7.1 QinetiQ Gas Hazardous Operations Support Team (GHOST)
    • 3.7.2 QinetQ Robotic Appliqué Kit
    • 3.7.3 QinetiQ Laptop Control Unit (LCU)
    • 3.7.4 QinetiQ Military Robot TALON Production
    • 3.7.5 QinetiQ TALON Product Line Expansion
    • 3.7.6 QinetQ TALON
    • 3.7.7 QinetQ MAARS
    • 3.7.8 QinetQ Raider I Engineer
    • 3.7.9 QinetQ Raider I Engineer Mission
    • 3.7.10 QinetQ Raider II
    • 3.7.11 QinetQ Spartacus
    • 3.7.12 QinetQ U.S. Army REF Minotaur
    • 3.7.13 QinetQ Tactical Robot Controller
    • 3.7.14 QinetQ Dragon Runner 10
    • 3.7.15 QinetQ Dragon Runner 20
  • 3.8 Cobham (bought Telerob )
    • 3.8.1 Cobham EOD - IEDD TEL600 Service Vehicles
    • 3.8.2 Cobham TEL610 S Rapid Response Vehicle
    • 3.8.3 Cobham TEL620 M Search and Detection IED Response Vehicle
    • 3.8.4 Cobham TEL630 L Response Vehicle - EOD IED NBC Detection
    • 3.8.5 Cobham TEL640 XL Response Vehicle - EOD IED NBC Detection and Response
    • 3.8.6 Cobham TEL650 XXL Special Purpose EOD IED Response Vehicle
    • 3.8.7 Cobham TEL650 XXL Special Purpose EOD IED Response Vehicle Typical Equipment:*
    • 3.8.8 Cobham Telerob Mission
    • 3.8.9 Cobham Telerob - EOD / IEDD Equipment, EOD Robots and Vehicles
    • 3.8.10 Cobham Telerob Heavy Duty Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Robot
    • 3.8.11 Cobham Telerob Telemax High-Mobility EOD Robot
    • 3.8.12 Cobham Telerob EOD / IEDD Service Vehicles
  • 3.9 Allen Vanguard
    • 3.9.1 Allen Vanguard Beetle Nano UGV
    • 3.9.2 Allen Vanguard Armadillo Micro UGV
    • 3.9.3 Allen Vanguard Scorpion Small UGV
    • 3.9.4 Allen Vanguard Digital Vanguard ROV
    • 3.9.5 Allen Vanguard Defender ROV
  • 3.10 Google / Boston Dynamics
    • 3.10.1 Google / Boston Dynamics SandFlea - Leaps Small Buildings in a Single Bound
    • 3.10.2 Boston Dynamics LS3 - Legged Squad Support Systems
    • 3.10.3 Google / Boston Dynamics CHEETAH - Fastest Legged Robot
    • 3.10.4 Google Boston Dynamics Atlas - The Agile Anthropomorphic Robot
    • 3.10.5 Google Boston Dynamics BigDog
    • 3.10.6 Google Boston Dynamics LittleDog - The Legged Locomotion Learning Robot
    • 3.10.7 Google Boston Dynamics PETMAN - BigDog Gets a Big Brother
    • 3.10.8 Google Boston Dynamics RHex Devours Rough Terrain
    • 3.10.9 Google Boston Dynamics RiSE: Vertically Climbing Robot
  • 3.11 Kairos Autonami
    • 3.11.1 Kairos Autonami Pronto4 Agnostic Autonomy System for Existing Vehicles or Vessels
    • 3.11.2 Kairos Autonami Pronto4 Benefits
    • 3.11.3 Kairos Autonami Pronto4™ Sub-Systems
    • 3.11.4 Kairos Autonami ProntoMimic Software Suite Functions
  • 3.12 Mesa Robotics
    • 3.12.1 Mesa MATILDA II
    • 3.12.2 Mesa ACER
  • 3.13 Lockheed Martin
    • 3.13.1 Lockheed Martin Robotic - Human Collaboration Augmentation
    • 3.13.2 Lockheed Martin Remote Operation and Control
    • 3.13.3 Lockheed Martin UCLASS
    • 3.13.4 Lockheed Martin Expeditionary Ground Control System
    • 3.13.5 Lockheed Martin Vehicle Control Station (VCS) Software VCS-4586
    • 3.13.6 Lockheed Martin SharkFin Navigation Control
    • 3.13.7 Lockheed Martin Video-Game-Like Interface for High-Level Planning
    • 3.13.8 Lockheed Martin Threat Avoidance
    • 3.13.9 Lockheed Martin Autonomous Mobility Appliqué System (AMAS)
    • 3.13.10 Lockheed Martin SMSS
    • 3.13.11 Lockheed Martin Squad Mission Support System SMSS User-Proven Autonomy
    • 3.13.12 Lockheed Martin Squad Mission Support System Unmanned Capabilities
    • 3.13.13 Lockheed Martin Squad Mission Support System Unmanned Capabilities
      • 3.14 Thales Group Mini UAV and UGVs
    • 3.14.1 Thales Group Customers
  • 3.15 G-NIUS UGS
    • 3.15.1 G-NIUS Avantguard MK I
    • 3.15.2 G-NIUS Avantguard MK II
    • 3.15.3 G-NIUS Guardium MK I
    • 3.15.4 G-NIUS Guardium MK II
    • 3.15.5 G-NIUS Guardium MK III
  • 3.16 ICOR Technology
    • 3.16.1 ICOR ScanX Scout™ Digital Imaging System
    • 3.16.2 ICOR Technology MK3 Caliber
    • 3.16.3 Icor CALIBER® T5
    • 3.16.4 Icor Mini-CALIBER®
    • 3.16.5 Icor MICRO-CALIBER® Rapid Response
  • 3.17 Pedsco Remote Mobile Investigator (RMI)
    • 3.17.1 Pedsco RMI-9XD
    • 3.17.2 Pedsco RMI-9WT
    • 3.17.3 Pedsco RMI-9XD
    • 3.17.4 Pedsco RMI-10F
  • 3.18 ECA Robotics Cameleon EOD
    • 3.18.1 ECA Robotics CAMELEON CRBN
    • 3.18.2 ECA Robotics COBRA MK2
    • 3.18.3 ECA Robotics MAMBA
    • 3.18.4 ECA Robotics TSR 202
  • 3.19 Elbit Systems Land Systems
    • 3.19.1 Elbit Systems Autonomous Systems
  • 3.20 Recon Robotics Recon Scout IR
    • 3.20.1 Recon Robotics Recon Scout XL
    • 3.20.2 Recon Robotics Throwbot XT
    • 3.20.3 Recon Robotics Searchstick
  • 3.21 Carnegie Mellon University Crusher
    • 3.21.1 Carnegie Mellon University TUGV
  • 3.22 RoboteX Avatar III Robot
    • 3.22.1 RoboteX Avatar III Tactical Robot
    • 3.22.2 RoboteX Avatar III Hazmat Robot
    • 3.22.3 RoboteX Avatar III EOD Robot
    • 3.22.4 RoboteX Avatar III Security Robot
    • 3.22.5 RoboteX Avatar Legion System
    • 3.22.6 Avatar Legion System Bringing Automation to Campus and Shipyard Environments
  • 3.23 RE2, INC Manipulators
    • 3.23.1 RE2 Highly Dexterous Manipulation System (HDMS)
    • 3.23.2 RE2 HD2 Manipulator
    • 3.23.3 RE2 Imitative Controller
    • 3.23.4 RE2 DS1-MA
    • 3.23.5 RE2 ForeRunner RDV
  • 3.24 Chinese Military Robots
  • 3.25 NORINCO Sharp Claw
    • 3.25.1 Norinco Sharp Claw 2
    • 3.25.2 Norinco Chinese Big Dog Military Robot
  • 3.26 China South Industries Group
  • 3.27 Chinese Weaponized 'Crab Walker' Robots

4 MILITARY ROBOT TECHNOLOGY

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

5. MILITARY ROBOT COMPANY PROFILES

  • 5.1 Allen Vanguard
    • 5.1.1 Allen Vanguard Rapid Development
  • 5.2 BAE Systems
    • 5.1.1 BAE Systems Organization
    • 5.1.2 BAE Systems Performance
    • 5.1.1 BAE Systems Key Facts
    • 5.1.2 BAE Systems Strategy
    • 5.1.3 BAE Systems Operational Framework
    • 5.1.4 Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
    • 5.1.5 BAE Systems Risk Management
  • 5.3 ECA Robotics
  • 5.4 Elbit Systems
    • 5.4.1 Elbit Systems Principal Market Environment
    • 5.4.2 Elbit Systems
    • 5.4.3 Elbit Systems Principal Market Environment
  • 5.5 General Dynamics
    • 5.5.1 Sequester Mechanism
    • 5.5.2 General Dynamics Revenue
    • 5.5.3 General Dynamics Robotic Systems
    • 5.5.4 General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS) Vision
    • 5.5.5 General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS) Manufacturing
    • 5.5.6 General Dynamics Autonomous Land And Air Vehicle Development
  • 5.6 G-Nius
  • 5.7 Google
    • 5.7.1 Google / Boston Dynamics
    • 5.7.2 Boston Dynamics
    • 5.7.3 Boston Dynamics LS3 - Legged Squad Support Systems
    • 5.7.4 Boston Dynamics CHEETAH - Fastest Legged Robot
    • 5.7.5 Boston Dynamics Atlas - The Agile Anthropomorphic Robot
    • 5.7.6 Boston Dynamics BigDog
    • 5.7.7 Boston Dynamics LittleDog - The Legged Locomotion Learning Robot
    • 5.7.8 Google Robotic Division
    • 5.7.9 Google Self-Driving Car
    • 5.7.10 Google Cars Address Vast Majority Of Vehicle Accidents Due To Human Error
    • 5.7.11 Google Business
    • 5.7.12 Google Corporate Highlights
    • 5.7.13 Google Search
    • 5.7.14 Google Revenue
    • 5.7.15 Google Second Quarter 2013 Results
    • 5.7.16 Google Revenues by Segment and Geography
    • 5.7.17 Google / Motorola Headcount
    • 5.7.18 Google / Motorola
  • 5.8 ICOR Technology
  • 5.9 iRobot
    • 5.9.1 iRobot Home Robots:
    • 5.9.2 iRobot Defense and Security: Protecting Those in Harm's Way
    • 5.9.3 iRobot Role In The Robot Industry
    • 5.9.4 iRobot SPARK (Starter Programs for the Advancement of Robotics Knowledge)
    • 5.9.5 iRobot Revenue
    • 5.9.6 iRobot Acquires Evolution Robotics, Inc.
    • 5.9.7 iRobot / Evolution Robotics
    • 5.9.8 iRobot Strategy
    • 5.9.9 iRobot Technology
  • 5.10 Kairos Autonami
    • 5.10.1 Kairos Autonomi upgrades robot conversion kit
    • 5.10.2 Kairos Autonomi Autonomy ROI
    • 5.10.3 Kairos Autonomi Upgrades Robot Conversion Kit
  • 5.11 Kawada Industries
  • 5.12 Kongsberg
    • 5.12.1 Kongsberg Defence Systems Revenue
  • 5.13 Lockheed Martin
    • 5.13.1 Lockheed Martin Symphony Improvised Explosive Device Jammer Systems
    • 5.13.2 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Revenue
    • 5.13.3 Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems
    • 5.13.4 Lockheed Martin
    • 5.13.5 Lockheed Martin Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN)
    • 4.15.17 Lockheed Martin K-MAX
    • 4.15.18 Lockheed Martin Desert Hawk III
    • 4.15.19 Lockheed Martin Stalker UAS
    • 4.15.20 Lockheed Martin Fury
    • 4.15.21 Lockheed Martin VTOL Quad Rotor
  • 5.14 Magal 535
  • 5.15 Mesa Robotics
    • 5.15.1 Systems Development Division of Mesa Associates
    • 5.15.2 Mesa Robotics Affordable Robotic Solutions
    • 5.15.3 Mesa Robotics Revenue
  • 5.16 Northrop Grumman
    • 5.16.1 Northrop Grumman Revenue
    • 5.16.2 Northrop Grumman Remotec
    • 5.16.3 Northrop Grumman Leading Global Security Company
    • 5.16.4 Northrop Grumman Supplies Marine Navigation Equipment
    • 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
    • 5.16.7 Northrop Grumman NAV CANADA Supplier
  • 5.17 Pearson Engineering
  • 5.18 Pedsco 551
  • 5.19 QinetiQ 552
    • 5.19.1 QinetQ Comprised Of Experts
    • 5.19.2 QinetiQ North America TALON Detects Deadly IEDs And Saves Lives
    • 5.19.3 QinetiQ World-Leading Products:
    • 5.19.4 QinetiQ Innovation
    • 5.19.5 QinetiQ North America
    • 5.19.6 QinetiQ Revenue
    • 5.19.7 QinetiQ Vision
    • 5.19.8 QinetiQ Mission
    • 5.19.9 QinetiQ / Foster Miller
    • 5.19.10 QinetiQ / Foster Miller Financial Position
    • 5.19.11 QinetiQ North America Order for 100 Dragon Runner 10Micro Robots:
    • 5.19.12 QinetiQ / Automatika
    • 5.19.13 QinetiQ Customer Base
  • 5.20 Re2, Inc 570
    • 5.20.1 Re Leading Developer
    • 5.20.2 Re2 Forerunner High Speed Inspection Robot
    • 5.20.3 Re2 ForeRunner RDV
    • 5.20.4 Re2 HST - High-Speed Teleoperation
  • 5.21 ReconRobotics
    • 5.21.1 ReconRobotics Tactical, Micro-Robot Systems
  • 5.22 Robotex 580
    • 5.22.1 Robotex EOD Robot Assessment Results
  • 5.23 TechnoRobot
  • 5.24 Telerob 585
    • 5.24.1 Telerob
  • 5.25 Thales Group
    • 5.1.6 Thales Core Businesses
    • 5.1.7 Thales: - A Global Player
    • 5.1.8 Thales Key Technology Domains
    • 5.1.9 Thales Open Research
    • 5.1.10 Thales Stance on Environment
    • 5.1.11 Thales Processes
    • 5.1.12 Thales Product Design
    • 5.1.13 Thales Site Management
    • 5.1.14 Thales Alenia Space Integration Of Service Module For The Fourth ATV
    • 5.1.15 Thales Sonar 'Excels' In Anti-Submarine Warfare Exercise
    • 5.25.1 Thales Group Ground Alerter 10
    • 5.25.2 Thales Group Ground Master 400 (GM 400)
    • 5.25.3 Thales Group Ground Smarter 1000
    • 5.25.4 Thales Group
  • 5.26 Selected Military Robot Companies

WINTERGREEN RESEARCH,

  • WinterGreen Research Research Methodology
  • Figure ES-1 Boston Bombing Boat Picture with Terrorist Inside
  • Table ES-2 Charter for the Army Changes With Global Economy
  • Table ES-3 Military Robots Used to Fight Terrorism
  • Table ES-4 Military Robots Platform Technology
  • Table ES-5 Military Robots Support Local and Regional Law Enforcement Worldwide
  • Table ES-6 Military Robots Poised To Change Economics of the Army
  • Table ES-7 Military Robotic Market Challenges
  • Table ES-8 Robotic Technical Challenges
  • Table ES-9 Military Robotics Market Factors
  • Table ES-10 Military Robot Functions
  • Table ES-11 Military Robots Market Driving Factors
  • Table ES-12 Military Robot Market Driving Forces
  • Figure ES-13 Military Ground Robot Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014
  • Figure ES-14 Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021
  • Figure 1-1 US Unmanned Vehicle Ground Domain Performance
  • Table 1-2 US Military Modernization Equipment Priorities
  • Figure 1-3 Cultural and Military Structural Issues
  • Figure 1-4 Shift From Manned Combatant Role to Unmanned Autonomous Systems
  • Figure 1-5 Army Agile Process
  • Table 1-6 Military Robot Applications
  • Table 1-6 (Continued) Military Robot Applications
  • Table 1-7 Military Armed Robotic Applications
  • Table 1-8 What the Soldier Wants In Robotic Systems
  • Figure 1-9 Cobham Telerob Explosive Observation Robot and Ordnance Disposal Unit
  • Figure 1-10 Cobham Telerob Explosive Ordnance Disposal EOD System For Operation In Confined Areas
  • Figure 1-11 QinetiQ North America TALON® Robots Universal Disruptor Mount (UDM)
  • Figure 1-12 Next-Generation General Dynamics
  • Figure 1-13 US Army UGV Roadmap RS-JPO Structure
  • Table 1-14 Definition of Military Robots:
  • Figure 2-1 Boston Bombing Boat Picture with Terrorist Inside
  • Table 2-2 Charter for the Army Changes With Global Economy
  • Table 2-3 Military Robots Used to Fight Terrorism
  • Table 2-4 Military Robots Platform Technology
  • Table 2-5 Military Robots Support Local and Regional Law Enforcement Worldwide
  • Table 2-6 Military Robots Poised To Change Economics of the Army
  • Table 2-7 Military Robotic Market Challenges
  • Table 2-8 Robotic Technical Challenges
  • Table 2-9 Military Robotics Market Factors
  • Table 2-10 Military Robot Functions
  • Table 2-11 Military Robots Market Driving Factors
  • Table 2-12 Military Robot Market Driving Forces
  • Figure 2-13 Military Ground Robot Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014
  • Table 2-14 Military Ground Robot Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014
  • Figure 2-15 iRobot 510PackBot
  • Figure 2-16 iRobot® PackBot® 510 for Infantry Troops
  • Figure 2-17 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II
  • Figure 2-18 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II
  • Figure 2-19 QinetQ Robotic Appliqué Kit Transforms Bobcats into Remotely-Operated Robots
  • Figure 2-20 Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021
  • Table 2-21 Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021
  • Figure 2-22 Mini and Small Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2021
  • Table 2-23 Mini and Small Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021
  • Figure 2-24 Mid Size Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021
  • Figure 2-25 Mid Size Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021
  • Table 2-26 Larger Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015-2021
  • Table 2-27 Military Robotic Trends
  • Figure 2-28 Military Ground Robot Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2014
  • Table 2-29 Military Ground Robots Regional Market Segments, 2014
  • Figure 3-1 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II
  • Figure 3-2 iRobot 510PackBot for EOD Technicians
  • Table 3-3 iRobot 510 PackBot for EOD Conventional Ordnance and SWAT Missions
  • Figure 3-4 iRobot® PackBot® 510 for Infantry Troops
  • Figure 3-5 iRobot® PackBot® 510 for Combat Engineers
  • Table 3-6 iRobot 510 PackBot for Combat Engineers Tasks
  • Figure 3-7 iRobot® 710 Warrior™
  • Table 3-8 iRobot® 710 Warrior™ Uses
  • Figure 3-9 iRobot® 110 FirstLook®
  • Figure 3-10 iRobot® 110 Small, Light And Throwable FirstLook® Uses
  • Figure 3-11 iRobot® SUGV
  • Figure 3-12 iRobot® SUGV Uses
  • Figure 3-13 iRobot® 1KA Seaglider™
  • Figure 3-14 iRobot® 1KA Seaglider ® Uses
  • Figure 3-15 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II
  • Table 3-16 Northrop Grumman Mini Andros II Features
  • Figure 3-17 Northrop Grumman Mini Andros II
  • Figure 3-18 Northrop Grumman ANDROS Hazmat
  • Figure 3-19 Northrop Grumman Andros In the Military Street
  • Figure 3-20 Northrop Grumman Andros In the Military Field
  • Figure 3-21 General Dynamics Tactical Control Units with Scalable Warfighter-Machine Interfaces
  • Table 3-22 General Dynamics Tactical Control Units Benefits
  • Table 3-23 General Dynamics Vision For Robots As Co-Combatants
  • Figure 3-24 General Dynamics Robotic Convoys
  • Table 3-25 General Dynamics Leader-Follower Technologies
  • Figure 3-26 General Dynamics Laser Radar (LADAR) Technology In Support Of Vision Robots
  • Table 3-27 Benefits of a General Dynamics Robotic Sentry
  • Table 3-28 GDRS Integrated C2 System Functions
  • Figure 3-29 General Dynamics TAC-C Robot
  • Figure 3-30 Next-Generation General Dynamics Robots
  • Figure 3-31 Kongsberg Protector Remote Weapon Station
  • Figure 3-32 Kongsberg CORTEX
  • Figure 3-33 BAE Systems Electronic Bugs
  • Figure 3-34 BAE Systems Remote Military Land Vehicles
  • Figure 3-35 Qinetiq HAZMAT GHOST Team
  • Table 3-36 QinetiQ's ROVs Sensor Functions
  • Figure 3-37 QinetQ Robotic Appliqué Kit Transforms Bobcats into Remotely-Operated Robots
  • Figure 3-38 QinetiQ Laptop Control Unit (LCU)
  • Table 3-39 QinetiQ Laptop Control Unit Functions
  • Table 3-40 QinetiQ TALON Product Line Specific Task Expansion
  • Figure 3-41 QinetQ TALON
  • Table 3-42 QinetiQ North America's TALON® Family Of Robots Features
  • Table 3-43 QinetiQ North America's TALON® Family Of Robots Target Markets
  • Table 3-44 QinetiQ North America's TALON® Family Of Robots Mission Positioning
  • Table 3-45 QinetiQ TALON Product Line
  • Table 3-46 QinetiQ TALON Expertise in Action
  • Figure 3-47 QinetQ Modular Advanced Armed Robotic System
  • Figure 3-48 QinetQ Raider I Engineer
  • Table 3-49 QinetQ Raider I Engineer Mission
  • Figure 3-50 QinetQ Raider II
  • Figure 3-51 QinetiQ IED Defeat/Combat Engineer Vehicle
  • Table 3-52 QinetiQ Spartacus Diesel-Powered Loader Mission
  • Figure 3-53 QinetQ U.S. Army REF Minotaur
  • Table 3-54 QinetiQ North America's Tactical Robot Controller (TRC) Features
  • Table 3-55 Cobham TEL610 S Rapid Response Vehicle Functions
  • Table 3-56 Cobham TEL620 M Search and Detection IED M-class Response Vehicle Functions
  • Figure 3-57 Cobham TEL630 Vehicles EOD, IED and NBC Detection
  • Figure 3-58 Cobham TEL640 XL Response Vehicle Mobile Operations Centre
  • Figure 3-59 Cobham TEL650 XXL Special Purpose EOD IED Response Vehicle Lavish Interior
  • Table 3-60 Cobham TEL650 XXL Special Purpose EOD IED Response Vehicle Functions
  • Table 3-61 Telerob's Key Product Areas
  • Figure 3-62 Cobham Telerob Heavy-Duty EOD Robot Product
  • Figure 3-63 Telerob TeleMAX Small Bomb Disposal EOD Heavy-Duty Robots
  • Figure 3-64 Cobham Telerob teleMAX
  • Figure 3-65 Cobham Telerob Bomb Disposal Vehicles
  • Figure 3-66 Telerob Bomb Disposal Vehicle Interior
  • Figure 3-67 Allen Vanguard Beetle Nano UGV
  • Table 3-68 Allen Vanguard Beetle Nano UGV Features
  • Figure 3-69 Allen Vanguard Armadillo Micro UGV
  • Table 3-70 Allen Vanguard Armadillo Micro UGV Features
  • Figure 3-71 Allen Vanguard Scorpion Small UGV
  • Table 3-72 Allen Vanguard Scorpion Small UGV Functions
  • Figure 3-73 Allen Vanguard Digital Vanguard ROV
  • Table 3-74 Allen Vanguard Digital Vanguard Controller Functions
  • Table 3-75 Allen Vanguard Digital Vanguard Controller Features
  • Figure 3-76 Allen Vanguard Defender ROV
  • Table 3-77 Allen Vanguard Defender ROV Functions
  • Figure 3-78 Boston Dynamics SandFlea - Leaps Small Buildings in a Single Bound
  • Figure 3-79 Boston Dynamic LS3
  • Figure 3-80 Google Boston Dynamic CHEETAH
  • Figure 3-81 Google Boston Dynamic Atlas
  • Figure 3-82 Google Boston Dynamic BigDog
  • Figure 3-83 Google Boston Dynamics LittleDog -
  • Figure 3-84 Google Boston Dynamics PETMAN
  • Figure 3-85 Google Boston Dynamics RHex
  • Figure 3-86 Google Boston Dynamics RiSE: Vertically Climbing Robot
  • Figure 3-87 Google Boston Dynamics SquishBot
  • Figure 3-88 Kairos Pronto4 Agnostic Autonomy System for Existing Vehicles or Vessels
  • Figure 3-89 Kairos Autonami Pronto4 zSolution For Truck
  • Table 3-90 Kairos Autonami Software Features:
  • Figure 3-91 Mesa Robotics MATILDA II
  • Table 3-92 Mesa Robotics MATILDA II Functions
  • Figure 3-93 Mesa ACER
  • Table 3-94 Mesa Robotics ACER Functions
  • Figure 3-95 Lockheed Martin Human Collaboration with Robots
  • Figure 3-96 Lockheed Martin Remote Operation and Control
  • Figure 3-97 Lockheed Martin UCLASS
  • Figure 3-98 Lockheed Martin Expeditionary Ground Control System
  • Table 3-99 Lockheed Martin Expeditionary Ground Control System:
  • Figure 3-100 Lockheed Martin Vehicle Control Station (VCS) software VCS-4586
  • Figure 3-101 Lockheed Martin SharkFin Navigation Control
  • Figure 3-102 Lockheed Martin Human Augmentation
  • Figure 3-103 Lockheed Martin Autonomous Mobility Appliqué System (AMAS)
  • Figure 3-104 Lockheed Martin SMSS
  • Table 3-105 Lockheed Martin Squad Mission Support System SMSS Uses
  • Table 3-106 Thales Group Mini UAV and UGVs Main Characteristics
  • Table 3-107 G-NIUS Unmanned Ground Systems (UGS) LTD Technology
  • Table 3-108 G-NIUS Unmanned Ground Systems (UGS) LTD Appositions
  • Figure 3-109 G-NIUS Avantguard MK II
  • Table 3-110 G-NIUS Guardium MK I
  • Figure 3-111 G-NIUS Guardium MK II
  • Figure 3-112 G-NIUS Guardium MK III
  • Table 3-113 G-NIUS Guardium MK III Capabilities
  • Table 3-114 G-NIUS Guardium MK III Advanced Technology
  • Table 115 ICOR ScanX Scout™ Digital Imaging System Functions
  • Figure 3-116 ICOR Technology MK3 Caliber
  • Figure 3-117 Icor CALIBER® T5
  • Figure 3-118 Icor Mini-CALIBER®
  • Figure 3-119 Icor MICRO-CALIBER® Rapid Response
  • Figure 3-120 pedsco RMI-9XD
  • Table 3-121 Pedsco RMI-9XD Versatile 6 Wheeled Vehicle Functions:
  • Table 3-122 Pedsco RMI-9XD Versatile 6 Wheeled Vehicle Features:
  • Figure 3-123 Pedsco RMI-9WT
  • Table 3-124 Pedsco RMI-9WT FEATURES:
  • Figure 3-125 Pedsco RMI-9XD
  • Table 3-126 Pedsco RMI-9XD Features:
  • Table 3-127 Pedsco RMI-9XD Functions:
  • Figure 3-128 Pedsco RMI-10F
  • Table 3-129 Pedsco RMI-10F Features:
  • Figure 3-130 Robosoft robuROC
  • Figure 3-131 ECA Robotics CAMELEON EOD
  • Table 3-132 ECA Robotics CAMELEON EOD Mission Types
  • Figure 3-133 ECA Robotics CAMELEON CRBN
  • Figure 3-134 ECA Robotics COBRA MK2
  • Figure 3-135 ECA Robotics COBRA Missions
  • Figure 3-136 ECA Robotics EOD MAMBA Vehicle
  • Table 3-137 ECA Robotics EOD MAMBA Functions
  • Figure 3-138 ECA Robotics TSR 202
  • Figure 3-139 Recon Robotics Recon Scout IR
  • Figure 3-140 Recon Robotics Recon Scout XL
  • Figure 3-141 Recon Robotics Throwbot XT
  • Figure 3-142 Carnegie Mellon University Crusher
  • Table 3-143 Carnegie Mellon University TUGV
  • Figure 3-144 RoboteX Avatar III Robot
  • Figure 3-145 RoboteX Avatar III Tactical Robot
  • Table 3-146 RoboteX Avatar Robot Benefits:
  • Figure 3-147 RoboteX Avatar III Hazmat Robot
  • Table 3-148 AVATAR Gas and Radiation Detector Mount Benefits:
  • Figure 3-149 RoboteX Avatar III EOD Robot
  • Table 3-150 Avatar III EOD Robot Use Cases
  • Table 3-151 Avatar III EOD Robot Benefits:
  • Figure 3-152 RoboteX Avatar III Security Robot
  • Table 3-153 RoboteX Avatar III Security Robot Benefits
  • Figure 3-154 RE2 Manipulators
  • Table 3-155 RE2, INC Manipulators Features That Enhance Adaptability And Modularity
  • Figure 3-156 RE2 Manipulator Tools
  • Table 3-157 RE2 Features of the DS1-MA:
  • Figure 3-158 RE2 ForeRunner RDV 3.24 Chinese Military Robots
  • Figure 3-159 NORINCO Sharp Claw 1 Figure 3-160 Norinco Sharp Claw 1 Stores in Sharp Claw 2
  • Figure 3-161 Norinco Sharp Claw 2
  • Figure 3-162 Norinco Sharp Claw 2 Unloading Sharp Claw 1
  • Figure 3-163 Chinese Big Dog Military Robot 3.26 China South Industries Group
  • Figure 3-164 China South Industries Group
  • Figure 3-165 Weapons for the Chinese 'Crab Walker' Robots
  • Figure 3-166 Chinese Crab Walker With Its Rear And Forward Leg Mounts Retracted
  • Figure 4-1 Military Robot Technology Enablers
  • Table 4-2 Military Robot Technology Characteristics
  • Figure 4-3 Military Ground Robot Technology Enablers
  • Table 4-4 US Army Military Robot Logistics Positioning
  • Figure 4-5 Robot Systems Associated with Force Application Description
  • Figure 4-6 Robotic Performance Characteristics
  • Table 4-7 Military Robotics Enabling Technology
  • TABLE 4-8 Military Robots Development Challenges
  • Table 4-9 Military Robot Integrated Circuit-Based Innovation Functions
  • Table 4-10 Military Robot Key Technology
  • Table 4-11 Robot Communications Key Technology
  • Table 4-12 Military Robot Key Navigation Technologies
  • Table 4-13 Human-Robot Interaction
  • Table 4-14 Visual Simultaneous Localization & Mapping Functions Relevant to Robotics
  • Figure 4-15 Hitachi Modular Robot Configuration
  • Table 4-16 Military Robot Key Product Technology Factors
  • Table 4-16 (Continued) Military Robot Key Product Technology Factors
  • Table 4-17 Military Robot Technology Functions
  • Table 4-23 iRobot Technology
  • Figure 4-24 US Army Modernization Summary
  • Figure 4-25 US Protection Modernization Strategy
  • Table 4-26 US Army Revised Military Robotics Vision
  • Figure 5-1 Allen Vanguard Threat Intelligence
  • Table 5-2 Allen-Vanguard R&D Team Mandate:
  • Table 5-3 Allen-Vanguard Scientific And Engineering Topics Researched and Developed
  • Table 5-4 Allen-Vanguard R&D Fundamental Research
  • Table 5-5 Allen-Vanguard R&D Engineers And Scientists Comprehensive Research
  • Table 5-6 BAE Systems Company Positioning
  • Figure 5-7 BAE Systems Strategy
  • Table 5-8 BAE Systems Standards
  • Figure 5-9 BAE Systems Revenue in Defense Market
  • Table 5-10 ECA Robotics Range Of Products
  • Table 5-11 Elbit Systems Activities:
  • Table 5-12 Elbit Systems Activities:
  • Figure 5-13 Boston Dynamic LS3
  • Figure 5-14 Boston Dynamic CHEETAH
  • Figure 5-15 Boston Dynamic Atlas
  • Figure 5-16 Boston Dynamic BigDog
  • Figure 5-17 Boston Dynamics LittleDog -
  • Table 5-18 Google Autonomous Vehicles Technology
  • Table 5-19 iRobot Strategy Key elements
  • Table 5-20 iRobot Strategy Key Common Platforms and Software elements
  • Figure 5-21 Lockheed Martin Segment Positioning
  • Table 5-22 Lockheed Martin's operating units
  • Figure 5-23 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Segment Positioning
  • Figure 5-24 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Segment Portfolio
  • Figure 5-25 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics C130 Worldwide Airlift
  • Figure 5-26 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Falcon Fighter
  • Figure 5-27 Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems Portfolio
  • Figure 5-28 Lockheed Martin Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN)
  • Table 5-29 Lockheed Martin Mars Atmosphere And Volatile Evolution Objectives
  • Figure 5-30 Lockheed Martin K-MAX
  • Figure 5-31 Lockheed Martin Desert Hawk III
  • Figure 5-32 Lockheed Martin Stalker UAS
  • Figure 5-33 Lockheed Martin Fury
  • Figure 5-34 Lockheed Martin VTOL Quad Rotor
  • Table 5-35 Mesa Robotics Technical Experience
  • Table 5-36 Northrop Grumman Partner Of Choice
  • Figure 5-37 Northrop Grumman Systems Segments
  • Figure 5-38 Northrop Grumman Portfolio
  • Table 5-39 QinetiQ Vision
  • Figure 5-40 QinetiQ Dragon Runner Urban Operations Rugged Ultra-Compact, Lightweight And Portable Reconnaissance Robot
  • Table 5-41 QinetiQ Customer Base
  • Figure 5-42 Re Core Technologies
  • Figure 5-43 Re Unmanned Ground Vehicles
  • Figure 5-44 Re Forerunner Key Features
  • Figure 5-45 Re2 Open Architecture for Robots
  • Figure 5-46 Technorobot
  • Figure 5-47 Technorobot Collaborations
  • Table 5-48 Thales Key Technology Domains
  • Figure 5-49 Thales Measurable Environmental Targets
  • Figure 5-50 Thales Group GROUND Master 400
  • Table 5-51 Thales Group GROUND Master 400 Key Features:
  • Table 5-52 Thales Group Ground Smarter 1000 Key Features:
  • Figure 5-53 Thales Critical Decision Chain
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