AMULET UGV Unmanned EODS
Four-channel Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) sensor system designed for fast and simple deployment onto in-service Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) or Remote-Controlled Vehicles (RCVs). The modular and scalable system provides high-performance stand-off detection of metallic, minimum-metal and non-metallic threats.
- Low size, weight and power four-channel GPR detection system
- High-performance detection of metallic, minimum-metal and non-metallic targets, including mines and Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs)
- Single enclosure containing both GPR antenna and associated electronics
- Proven GPR technology designed with the user in mind
Chelton has applied its extensive GPR experience to the next-generation of stand-off detection systems, which remove the operator out of harm's way by mounting GPR-based detection systems onto Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) or other tactical robotic platforms. The QuadPack system operates on the same low-burden principles offered by Chelton's hand-held MINEHOUND Explosive Ordnance Detector (EOD) GPR technology, maintaining the philosophy that the capability should be easy to train and operate.
In use, the QuadPack provides a steady stream of detection data which is displayed via a simple and intuitive wireless user interface. A number of QuadPacks can be networked together to form an array covering the width of larger manned or unmanned vehicles.
Suitable for the following searches
Suited for mine detection. Thanks to maximum sensitivity, also reacts to mines with low or no metal content.
Ideal for shallow searching for all types of metal (e. g. unexploded ordnances, submunitions, etc.).
Thanks to a ground-penetrating radar, it is ideal for efficiently searching for objects with low or no metal content.