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Military Ground Robot Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018

Winter Green Research
Published Date » 2012-02-13
No. Of Pages » 609

WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on Military Ground Robots and Unmanned Vehicles. The 2012 study has 609 pages, 274 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth. Just as the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan are winding down, leaving a lot of spare devices, the military is seeking to develop a modernization strategy.

Military ground robots promise to provide the core technology for management of conflict as strict nationalism in military matters is being replaced by the new era of terrorist threats. Military robot are used globally. Growth comes as the nature of combat changes in every region while the globally integrated enterprise replaces nationalistic dominance.

Military robots provide modernization of the military and automated process applied to the defense industry. Process is the next wave of military evolution. As automated systems and networking complement the Internet, communication is facilitated on a global basis. The military charter is shifting to providing protection against terrorists and people seek to maintain a safe, mobile, independent lifestyle. Much of the military mission is moving to adopt a police force training mission, seeking to achieve protection of civilian populations on a worldwide basis.

According to Susan Eustis, the lead author of the study, "the purchase of military robots s 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 s is based on providing a robot that is less expensive to put in the field than a trained soldier and 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.

Robots are automating military ground systems, permitting vital protection of soldiers and people in the field, creating the possibility of reduced fatalities. Mobile robotics operate independently of the operator.

We hear from military leaders all over the world that the plan going forward is to utilize automated process to replace the warfighters and keep them out of the line of fire. The military robot market.is evolving in this context.

The Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts gave rise to the development and use of military robotics. As these conflicts are resolved, the military robots are finding new uses as border patrol. The 250 kilometer demilitarized zone between South and North Korea is patrolled along its entire length. The border between the United States and Mexico is not patrolled continuously along its entire length.

In Europe you begin to see an opening of the borders while the US has become more strict. The border separating Israel from the territories is not continuously patrolled along its entire length. This issue of nationalistic border patrol is a complex one, some borders are opening while others are closing. There will be a variety of ways of managing a border for the foreseeable future. In any case, robots are sure to provide technology for protecting borders, protecting safety in cities, and building smarter cities.

Defense robot security systems have an emphasis on causality reduction during combat. This aim has resulted in investment in robotics technology because robots save lives. Robotic research is continuing to be a priority for government spending. The Army has a goal of making operational ground combat vehicles unmanned. The US Navy and Marines have similar initiatives.

Robots are set to play a more significant role in military operations going forward. Just as automated process has revolutionized the banking and insurance industry, so also robotics is set to revolutionize the military and all security. Better surveillance and better automated mobility controlled from a relatively safe remote site are the aim of achieving military robotics.

Robots are set to play a more significant role in military operations going forward. Just as automated process has revolutionized the banking and insurance industry, so also robotics is set to revolutionize the military and all security. Better surveillance and better automated mobility controlled from a relatively safe remote site are the aim of achieving military robotics.

In the military operations, thousands of robots were used in Iraq and Afghanistan. As the US withdraws from these areas there will be an adjustment in the quantities of military robots ordered. In the longer term, the use of military robots will increase as they replace the need to put war fighters in the line of direct fire. The use of military robots in the Armed Services is expected to increase worldwide. Military robots are significantly less expensive to use than human fighters. United States Army modernization program has been implemented as the Army brigade combat team modernization program.

Roboticists are more advanced in their training and in the tools available to create robots. Robots are modular permitting repurposing in the field. Military robots have evolved from units used in the field to manage different situations that arise. Robots save lives.

Defense security systems have an emphasis on causality reduction during combat. This has resulted in investment in robotics technology that is useful. Robotic research is on the fast track for government spending. Congress is seeking to make an Army has operational ground combat vehicles that are unmanned. The US Navy and Marines have similar initiatives underway.

Military ground robot market forecast analysis indicates that vendor strategy is to pursue developing new applications that leverage leading edge technology. Robot solutions are achieved by leveraging the ability to innovate, to bring products to market quickly. Military purchasing authorities seek to reduce costs through design and outsourcing. Vendor capabilities depend on the ability to commercialize the results of research in order to fund further research. Government funded research is evolving some more ground robot capability.

Military ground robot markets at $3.4 billion in 2011 are anticipated to reach $12.3 billion by 2018.
Table of Content

MILITARY ROBOT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Military Robotics Market Driving Forces
Military Robots Market Shares
Military Robots Market Forecasts
Robots Represent Modernization of Military
Army Modernization

1. MILITARY ROBOTS MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS
1.1 Robots Delivering Offensive and Defensive Capabilities to Combat Teams
1.1.1 Military Robots
1.1.2 Army Agile Process
1.1.3 Robots Used in War
1.2 US Army Modernization 2012
1.2.1 Military Robot Autonomy or Control
1.2.2 M3 is a DARPA Robotics Program Agile methods Rapidly Deliver Business Process And Application Change
1.3 Military Robot Scope
1.3.1 Military Robot Applications
1.4 Army's G8 Futures office
1.4.1 Delivering Capabilities to the Army's Brigade Combat Teams
1.4.2 Transition Between The Current Market And Where The Market Is Going
1.4.3 Different Sizes of UGVs
1.5 Types of Military Robots
1.5.1 Explosive Observation Robot and Ordnance Disposal
1.5.2 QinetiQ North America Talon® Robots Universal Disrupter Mount
1.5.3 General Dynamics Next-Generation
1.5.4 Soldier Unmanned Ground Vehicle from iRobot
1.6 UGV Enabling Technologies
1.6.1 Sensor Processing
1.6.2 Machine Autonomy
1.7 Military Robot Bandwidth
1.7.1 UGV Follow-Me Capability
1.7.2 Communications Bandwidth
1.7.3 Battery Power
1.7.4 Combination Of Batteries Linked To Onboard Conventional Diesel
1.8 SUGVs
1.8.1 Mid-Size Category UGV
1.8.2 Large UGV
1.8.3 U.S. Army Ground Combat Vehicle
1.8.4 TARDEC
1.8.5 RS JPO Organization

2. MILITARY ROBOT MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS
2.1 Military Robotics Market Driving Forces Military Robots Market Driving Forces
2.2 Military Robots Market Shares
2.2.1 General Dynamics Robotic Systems
2.2.2 General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS) Tactical Autonomous Combat - Chassis
2.2.3 Northrop Grumman ANDROS
2.2.4 Northrop Grumman Remotec Andros Robots
2.2.5 Northrop Grumman Caliber® T5 is a small EOD and SWAT robot.
2.2.6 Northrop Grumman Caliber Robot
2.2.7 Northrop Grumman Remotec Andros
2.2.8 Northrop Grumman / Remotec
2.2.9 Northrop Grumman Remotec UK Wheelbarrow Robots
2.2.10 iRobot PackBot / Boeing
2.2.11 iRobot's Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle (SUGV)
2.2.12 iRobot $7.4 Million Order for Small Unmanned Ground Vehicles
2.2.13 iRobot 710 Warrior Controls
2.2.14 iRobot Government & Industrial Robots: Protecting Those In Harm’s Way
2.2.15 iRobot Semi-Autonomous Operations: Wayfarer Route Mapping
2.2.16 iRobot Research / iRobot Collaborative Systems
2.2.17 Gostai Jazz Security
2.2.18 iRobot PackBot Small EOD Robots
2.2.19 iRobot Heavier-Class Warrior Robot
2.2.20 QinetiQ / Foster Miller
2.2.21 QinetiQ Group Plc's Talon and Dragon Runner
2.2.22 BAE Systems Gladiator TUGV
2.2.23 BAE Gladiator TUGV High-Mobility Robot
2.2.24 Lockheed Martin Multi-Mission
2.2.25 Lockheed Remotely Controlled UGVs Marine Corps’ Gladiator TUGV (Tactical Unmanned Ground Vehicle)
2.2.26 Allen Vanguard Defender ROV Large Bomb Disposal Robot Features
2.2.27 Allen Vanguard Defender ROV
2.2.28 Digital Vanguard EOD Robot
2.2.29 Boeing/SAIC BCTM/ E-IBCT Increment
2.2.30 Thales Group Mini UAV and UGVs Warrior robots
2.2.31 Thales Group Ground Master 400 (GM 400)
2.2.32 Boston Dynamics Rough-Terrain Robot
2.2.33 Recon Robotics
2.3 Military Robots Market Forecasts
2.3.1 Robots Represent Modernization of Military
2.3.2 Army Modernization
2.3.3 Army Brigade Combat Team Modernization
2.3.4 New World Order Built On The Globally Integrated Enterprise
2.3.5 Military Ground Robot Markets
2.3.6 Mission Specific Military Robot Unmanned Systems by Weight Class
2.3.7 Robotics Categories Established By The U.S. Department of Defense’s Joint Robotics Program
2.3.8 Tactical Miniature Micro Military Robot Market Forecasts
2.3.9 Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle (SUGV) / Soldier UGV
2.3.10 SUGV and Small 31 to 400 Pound Military Robot Market Forecasts
2.3.11 COBRA is a Soldier UGV (SUGV)
2.3.12 Man Transportable Robotic System (MTRS)
2.3.13 T3
2.3.14 Robotic Rescuers
2.3.15 Autonomous UGVs
2.3.16 Small / Medium 401 to 2,500 Pound Military Robot Market Forecasts
2.3.17 Large Unmanned Military Robot Market Forecasts
2.3.18 Military Robots Shipments, Market Forecast Units
2.3.19 Military Robots Light
2.3.20 Tactical, Micro-Robot Systems
2.3.21 Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle (SUGV),
2.4 Classes of Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs)
2.4.1 Armed Robotic Vehicle (ARV)
2.4.2 US BCT Unmanned Ground Vehicle Funding
2.4.3 Funding Military Robots in US for 2011
2.4.4 US Army's BCT Modernization Program Funding
2.4.5 Efforts to Mitigate The Improvised Explosive Device Threat To Dismounted Operations
2.4.6 US Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization
2.4.7 Route Mapping
2.4.8 Man-Packable SUGV
2.5 Military Robot Regional Analysis
2.5.1 Demilitarized Zone Between South and North Korea
2.5.2 Chinese Military Robots

3. MILITARY ROBOT PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.1 General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS)
3.1.1 General Dynamics Robotic Systems’ Autonomous Navigation System (ANS)
3.1.2 General Dynamics Robotic Systems
3.1.3 General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS)
Tactical Autonomous Combat - Chassis
3.1.4 General Dynamics Robotic Systems’ Autonomous Navigation System (ANS)
3.1.5 General Dynamics Mobile Detection, Assessment, and Response System
3.2 Northrop Grumman
3.2.1 Northrop Grumman Andros
3.2.2 Northrop Grumman Caliber Robot Unmanned Ground Combat Vehicle
3.2.3 Northrop Grumman Caliber® T5 is a small EOD and SWAT Robot.
3.2.4 Northrop Grumman Remotec Wheelbarrow Mk9
3.2.5 Northrop Grumman Robot Products
3.2.6 Northrop Grumman Remote Ordnance Management System (ROMOTEC)
3.2.7 Northrop Grumman Unmanned Ground Vehicles
3.2.8 Northrop Grumman Wheelbarrow - Reach and Payload Capability At A Distance
3.2.9 Northrop Grumman Wheelbarrow’s Future
3.3 Carnegie Mellon Crusher
3.3.1 Carnegie Mellon Gladiator TUGV
3.3.2 Carnegie Mellon Dragon Runner
3.4 iRobot IOD Robot Detection and Prevention
3.4.1 iRobot HazMat Technicians Controls
3.4.2 iRobot First Responders Controls
3.4.3 iRobot Daredevil
3.4.4 iRobot® 500 PackBot® with Mapping Kit
3.4.5 iRobot Advanced Platforms
3.4.6 iRobot RedOwl: Multi-Sensor Sniper Detection and Targeting
3.4.7 iRobot Nostra: Power System Condition Monitoring and Prognostics
3.4.8 iRobot Health Monitoring and Vehicle Self-Diagnosis for iRobot® PackBot® EOD
3.4.9 iRobot SUGV
3.4.10 iRobot and Boeing SUGV (Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle)
3.4.11 iRobot 320 SUGV
3.4.12 iRobot 310 SUGV
3.4.13 iRobot Packbot for Infantry Troops
3.5 Innovative Response Technologies Remote Ordnance Management System
3.6 BAE Systems Crusher and ARV Armed Robotic Vehicle
3.7 Pearson Engineering
3.8 Samsung Techwin SGR-A1 Sentry Guard Robot
3.9 iRobot 710 Warrior
3.10 Exponent Agile Remote Controlled Robots
3.11 iRobot Surveillance Military Robots
3.11.1 iRobot Research / iRobot Collaborative Systems
3.11.2 iRobot LANdroids Robot
3.12 Northrop Grumman Remotec Andros Battlefield Assist Robots
3.13 Gostai
3.13.1 Gostai Jazz Security Autonomous
3.13.2 Gostai Jazz Security Advanced Features
3.13.3 Gostai Jazz Security
3.13.4 Gostai Jazz Security Checking On A Place
3.13.5 Gostai Jazz Security Instead Of Fixed Video Surveillance Cameras
3.13.6 Jazz Security Replaces A Watchman
3.14 Thales Group Mini UAV and UGVs
3.14.1 Thales Group Ground Alerter 10
3.14.2 Thales Group Ground Master 400 (GM 400)
3.14.3 Thales Group Ground Smarter 1000
3.15 Vecna Technologies
3.16. Boston Dynamics
3.16.1. Boston Dynamics BigDog - Rough-Terrain Robot
3.16.2. Boston Dynamics RHex Rugged Man-Portable Robot
3.17. First-Response Robotics Hazardous Environment Robotic Observer (H.E.R.O.)
3.18. QinetiQ / Foster Miller TALON
3.19. Telerob tEODor
3.20. Telemax
3.20.1. Telerob OSCAR
3.20.2. Telerob Unmanned System For Response Forces
3.21. TechnoRobot RiotBot
3.21.1. TechnoRobot Non-lethal Support Robot
3.21.2. TechnoRobot RiotBot Highly Mobile Support Robot
3.21.3. TechnoRobot Remotely Operated Robot
3.22. Trenchers and Robots 400 to 2,500 Pounds
3.23. BAE Systems Unmanned Ground Vehicles
3.23.1. BAE Systems Armed Robotic Vehicle
3.23.2. BAE Systems Black Knight
3.23.3. BAE Systems Gladiator Remote Robotic Control
3.23.4. BAE Systems Gladiator Tactical Unmanned Ground Vehicle (TUGV)
3.23.5. BAE Systems Unmanned Ground Vehicles
3.23.6. BAE Systems Armed Robotic Vehicle
3.23.7. BAE Systems Black Knight
3.24. Allen Vanguard Remotely Operated Vehicles
3.24.1. Allen Vanguard Digital Vanguard ROV
3.24.2. Allen Vanguard Defender ROV
3.24.3. Allen Vanguard 2G Command Console
3.24.4. Allen Vanguard VBIED VICTOR Response
3.24.5. Allen Vanguard / HMS / The VICTOR VBIED Solution
3.25. Ditch Witch Inc. Robo Trencher
3.26. iRobot Sentinel: A System for the Teleoperated Control of Mobile Robots
3.26.1. iRobot Collaborative Engagement Of Unmanned Systems
3.26.2. iRobot Semi-Autonomous Operations: Wayfarer
3.27. Bug Like Robots to Five Pounds
3.28. iRobot 110 FirstLook Small, Throwable Robot
3.29. BAE Systems Ant Size Robot
3.30. Kuchcera Defense Systems Under Vehicle Inspection Platform
3.31. Boston Dynamics RHex
3.32. Recon Robotics Throwbot
3.33. Omnitech Toughbot
3.34. Hydrema Joint Stock Co. Mine Area Clearance Equipment
3.35. Lockheed Martin Mule Heavyweight Military Robot Unmanned Transport
3.36. Marine Glider Systems

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 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 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 Intel Military Robot Cultivating Collaborations
4.9 Hitachi Configuration Of Robots Using The SuperH Family
4.9.1 Hitachi Concept of 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
4.11 Military Robot Technology Functions
4.12 Carbon Nanotube Radio
4.13 Military Robot Funded Programs
4.13.1 Army Brigade Combat Team Modernization
4.13.2 XM1216 Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle (SUGV)
4.13.3 UUV Sub-Pillars
4.13.4 Hovering Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (HAUV)
4.13.5 Alliant
4.13.6 ATSP is a Government-wide contracting vehicle
4.13.7 Quick, efficient contracting vehicle
4.13.8 Facilitates technology and insertion into fielded systems
4.13.9 Access to all Northrop Grumman sectors
4.14 iRobot Technology
4.14.1 iRobot AWARE Robot Intelligence Systems
4.14.2 iRobot Real-World, Dynamic Sensing.
4.14.3 iRobot User-Friendly Interface
4.14.4 iRobot Tightly-Integrated Electromechanical Design.
4.15 Evolution Robotics Technology Solutions Evolution Robotics Example Applications

5 MILITARY ROBOTS COMPANY PROFILES
5.1 AB Precision (Poole) Ltd
5.1.1 AB Precision (Poole) Ltd Dragon (ABL900) de-armer
5.1.2 AB Precision (Poole) Ltd Limpet Mine Disposal Equipment
5.1.3 AB Precision (Poole) Ltd IED disruptor devices
5.1.4 AB Precision (Poole) Ltd Recoilless disruptors
5.1.5 AB Precision (Poole) Ltd Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Equipment
5.2 Allen Vanguard
5.2.1 Allen Vanguard R&D
5.2.2 Allen-Vanguard Introduces Modular New EOD Tactical Suit System For Mobile Counter-IED
5.3 BAE Systems
5.3.1 BAE Systems Organization
5.3.2 BAE Systems Performance
5.3.3 BAE Systems Key Facts
5.3.4 BAE Systems Strategy
5.3.5 BAE Systems Operational Framework
5.3.6 Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
5.3.7 BAE Systems Risk Management
5.3.8 BAE Systems Orders
5.3.9 BAE Systems Received $313 Million Contract for Continued Research and Development of PIM
5.3.10 BAE Systems’ Paladin Integrated Management
5.3.11 BAE Systems Awarded £46m Contract To Support Royal Navy’s Type 45 Sampson Radars
5.4 Beijing Defense
5.4.1 Beijing Defense Counter IED products
5.4.2 Beijing Defense EOD and IED Disposal Equipment
5.4.3 Beijing Defense Bomb Search And Detection Systems
5.5 Boston Dynamics
5.6 Carnegie Mellon University
5.6.1 Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science (SCS)
5.7 Chemring EOD Limited
5.7.1 Chemring EOD Limited Initiation Systems / Exploders
5.7.2 Chemring EOD Limited ROV Integration Packages
5.7.3 Chemring EOD Limited Security: VehicleScan - Under Vehicle Surveillance Systems
5.8 DCD-DORBYL (Pty) Ltd) / RSD (the Rolling Stock and Defense Division
5.8.1 RSD Combat-Proven Landmine Detection Systems
5.8.2 RSD Ballistic Protection For Peacekeeping And Defense Operations
5.8.3 RSD Engineering For Various Defense Environments And Scenarios
5.9 Ditch Witch
5.10 First-Response Robotics
5.11 General Dynamics
5.11.1 General Dynamics Revenue
5.11.2 General Dynamics Rifleman Radio and GD300 Go to Afghanistan with U.S. Army’s 75th Ranger Regiment
5.11.3 General Dynamics Light Tactical Vehicles
5.11.4 General Dynamics Light Wheeled Armored Vehicles
5.11.5 General Dynamics Medium Wheeled Armored Vehicles
5.11.6 General Dynamics Infantry Fighting Vehicles / Medium Combat Vehicles
5.11.7 General Dynamics Light Combat Vehicles
5.11.8 General Dynamics Revenue
5.11.9 General Dynamics Mobile Military Bridge Systems
5.11.10 General Dynamics MTB - Modular Lightweight Bridge
5.11.11 General Dynamics European Land Systems
5.11.12 General Dynamics European Land Systems (GDELS)
5.12 Gostai
5.13 iRobot
5.13.1 iRobot Role In The Robot Industry
5.13.2 iRobot Robots
5.13.3 iRobot Home Cleaning Robots
5.13.4 iRobot SUGV (Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle).
5.13.5 iRobot FirstLook
5.13.6 iRobot Revenue Third-Quarter 2011
5.13.7 iRobot Government and Industrial 2011
5.13.8 iRobot $7.4 Million Order for Small Unmanned Ground Vehicles
5.13.9 iRobot Looks To Expand in Latin America and China
5.13.10 iRobot PackBots
5.14 Kongsberg
5.14.1 Kongsberg Key Orders for Maritime
5.14.2 Kongsberg Key Figures
5.15 Kuchcera Defense Systems
5.16 Lockheed Martin
5.16.1 Lockheed Martin Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2011 Results
5.16.2 Lockheed Martin Segment Results 2011
5.16.3 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Segment Revenue
5.16.4 Lockheed Martin SYMPHONY Improvised Explosive Device Jammer Systems
5.16.5 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Revenue
5.16.6 Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems
5.16.7 Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems Net sales
5.16.8 Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems Segment Revenue
5.16.9 Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Solutions
5.16.10 Lockheed Martin Space Systems
5.16.11 Lockheed Martin Corporation's Business Segment
5.16.12 Lockheed Martin Delivers Fourth Upgraded CBP P-3 Orion In Record Time
5.17 Mesa Associates
5.17.1 Mesa Robotics
5.18 Northrop Grumman
5.18.1 Northrop Grumman Supplies Marine Navigation Equipment
5.18.2 Northrop Grumman Recognized by UK Ministry of Defense for Role in Supporting Sentry AWACS Aircraft During Military Operations in Libya
5.18.3 Northrop Grumman Corporation subsidiary Remotec Inc. upgrade the U.S. Air Force fleet of Andros HD-1
5.18.4 Northrop Grumman NAV CANADA Supplier
5.18.5 Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems Segment
5.19 Pearson Engineering
5.20 QinetiQ North America
5.20.1 QinetiQ North America
5.20.2 QinetiQ Starts Spinoff from United Kingdom Ministry of Defense, Defense Evaluation and Research Agency (DERA)
5.20.3 QinetiQ / Foster Miller
5.20.4 QinetiQ / Foster Miller Financial Position
5.20.5 QinetiQ North America Order for 100 Dragon Runner 10Micro Robots:
5.20.6 QinetiQ / Automatika
5.20.7 QinetiQ Customer Base
5.20.8 QinetiQ Revenue
5.21 re 5-122
5.22 Recon Robotics
5.23 TechnoRobot
5.24 Telerob 5-130
5.25 Thales Group
5.25.1 Thales Core Businesses
5.25.2 Thales: - A Global Player
5.25.3 Thales Facts and Figures
5.25.4 Thales Innovation
5.25.5 Thales Key Technology Domains
5.25.6 Thales Open Research
5.25.7 Thales Stance on Environment
5.25.8 Thales Processes
5.25.9 Thales Product design
5.25.10 Thales Site Management
5.25.11 Thales Alenia Space Integration Of Service Module For The Fourth ATV
5.25.12 Thales Sonar ‘Excels’ In Anti-Submarine Warfare Exercise
5.26 Vecna Technologies
5.27 Military Robot Companies

6. MILITARY ROBOT CONTRACTS
6.1.1 SPAWAR
6.1.2 Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal
6.1.3 Future Combat Systems Program Cuts
6.1.4 U.S. Army Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle (SUGV)
6.2 GCV Created Due To Termination Of The Future C Combat Systems And Its Former Manned Ground Vehicles
6.2.1 Army To End Robotic Vehicle, Aircraft Efforts
6.2.2 MULE Termination
6.2.3 Armed Robotic Vehicle Assault (Light) Continuation
6.2.4 Robotic Systems Chartered by JPO
6.2.5 U.S. Army Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle
6.3 Selected US 2012 Military Budget for Robotics
6.3.1 Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, DARPA Tactical Teams
6.4 US Military Budget 2012
6.4.1 Report on Deployment of Assets and Personnel to Libya
6.5 Customers For Government Robotic Products, And Research And Development Contracts:
6.5.1 General Dynamics Land Systems $24 Million Contract To Supply Commanders Remote Operated Weapons
6.5.2 Kongsberg and General Dynamics co-producing CROWS and CROWS II
6.5.3 General Dynamics Awarded $24 Million to Provide Remote Weapon Systems That Protect Tank Commanders
6.5.4 Kongsberg
6.5.5 Vulcan Unmanned Maritime Vehicle (UMV) And Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) Programs
6.5.6 DARPA End-To-End Unmanned Vehicle System Solution
6.5.7 Unmanned Vehicles UMV and UGV Submarkets
6.5.8 Allen-Vanguard Spares For Symphony Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) Program
6.6 Military / Government and University Agencies
6.7 Military Robots Contracts
6.7.1 Talon
6.7.2 American Reliance Solution Found for Battlefield Robot Control Problem
6.7.3 QinetiQ NA Ships First-Responder Robots to Navy
6.7.4 iRobot Wins $60M Army Contract to Develop Warrior Robot
6.7.5 iRobot Wins $286 Million U.S. Army Contract
6.7.6 Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare Spiral 3 systems ("CREW3"
6.7.7 U.S. Army Has Agreed To Buy Up To 7,500 Electronic Bomb Jammer Systems From Its Partner Lockheed Martin Allen-Vanguard
6.7.8 Jan. 31, 2008 Allen-Vanguard Confirms U.S. Department of Defense Intent To Establish an IDIQ Contract For Up to 7,500 Symphony IED Countermeasure Systems
6.7.9 iRobot
6.7.10 iRobot Order for Six Seagliders™ from the University of Western Australia
6.7.11 iRobot Corp. (Nasdaq: IRBT) Order Totaling $16.8 million from the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO STRI)
6.7.12 General Dynamics Combat Autonomous Mobility System (CAMS)
6.7.13 Robotic Technology Robot

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List of Tables and Figures

Table ES-1
Military Robots Market Driving Forces
Figure ES-2
Military Ground Robots Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Figure ES-3
Military Robot Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Figure 1-1
US Unmanned Vehicle Ground Domain Performance
Table 1-2
US Military Modernization Equipment Priorities, 2012
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
Figure 1-6
US Army Modernization 2012
Figure 1-6
US Army and Navy Budget Requests
Table 1-7
US Army Reforming Defense Acquisition
US Army Reducing Ground Forces by 2016
Table 1-8
US Army Reducing Ground Forces by 2016
Table 1-9
Military Robot Applications
Table 1-9 (Continued)
Military Robot Applications
Table 1-10
Military Armed Robotic Applications
Table 1-11
What the Soldier Wants In Robotic Systems
Figure 1-12
Telerob Explosive Observation Robot and Ordnance Disposal Unit
Figure 1-13
Telerob Explosive Ordnance Disposal EOD System For
Operation In Confined Areas
Figure 1-14
QinetiQ North America TALON® Robots Universal
Disruptor Mount (UDM)
Figure 1-15
Next-Generation General Dynamics
Figure 1-16
US Army UGV Roadmap RS-JPO Structure
Table 2-1
Military Robots Market Driving Forces
Figure 2-2
Military Ground Robots Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-3
Military Ground Robots Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Figure 2-4
General Dynamics TAC-C Robot
Figure 2-5
Next-Generation General Dynamics Robots
Table 2-6
General Dynamics Near Autonomous Unmanned Systems
(NAUS) - Advanced Technology Objective (NAUS-ATO)
Figure 2-7
Northrop Grumman Remotec HD-1
Figure 2-8
BAE Gladiator is a Tactical Unmanned Ground Vehicle (TUGV)
Figure 2-9
Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems Segment Global Presence
Table 2-10
Allen Vanguard Digital Bomb Disposal Robot System Features
Figure 2-11
Allen Vanguard Defender ROV
Figure 2-12
Military Robot Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars,
Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-13
Military Robot Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars and Unit,
Worldwide, 2012-2018
Figure 2-14
US Army Modernization Positioning
Figure 2-15
Super Soaker vs. R.C. Glider
Figure 2-16
Mission Specific Military Robot Unmanned Systems by Weight Class
Figure 2-17
Unmanned Ground Systems US Army Priority Roadmap
Figure 2-18
Tactical Micro Military Robot Market Forecasts, Shipments,
Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Figure 2-20
SUGV and Small 31 to 400 Pound Military Robot Market
Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Figure 2-21
Small / Medium 401 to 2,500 Pound Military Robot Market
Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, Worldwide,
2012-2018
Figure 2-22
Large Unmanned Military Robot Market Forecasts,
Shipments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-23
Military Robots Shipments, Market Forecast Units,
Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-24
Military Robots Light
Table 2-25
Military Robots Medium
Table 2-26
Military Unmanned Ground Vehicles Heavy
Table 2-27
Military Unmanned Ground Vehicles Large
Figure 2-28
Mission Specific Military Unmanned Ground Vehicles by
Weight Class
Table 2-29
Military Robots Definitions of Systems By US Army UGV Roadmap
Figure 2-30
Military Ground Robots In Inventory: US
Figure 2-31
Military Ground Robots to Purchase: US
Figure 2-32
US Military Services Savings Categories
Figure 2-33
Military Robot US Liaison Officers
Table 2-34
Tiers of US Army UGVs
Figure 2-35
US Robot Systems Associated with Force Application
Table 2-36
Use of Robots for Protection
Table 2-37
US Army Robot Systems Associated with Protection
Table 2-38
Named Unmanned Systems Associated with Force
Support and Command and Control
Table 2-39
Named Unmanned Systems Associated with Force Support
Figure 2-40
Robots Associated with Net Centric Systems
Figure 2-41
Robot Systems Associated with Battle Space Awareness
Figure 2-42
Robot Systems Associated with Battle Space Awareness
Figure 2-43
US Protection Modernization Strategy
Table 2-44
US Army Revised Military Robotics Vision
Figure 2-45
Military Robot Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2011
Table 2-46
Military Robot Regional Market Segments, 2011
Table 3-1
Benefits of General Dynamics DRS Robotics Systems to the Soldier
Figure 3-2
General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS) Advanced
Technology Positioning
Figure 3-3
General Dynamics TAC-C Robot
Figure 3-4
Next-Generation General Dynamics Robots
Table 3-5
General Dynamics Near Autonomous Unmanned
Systems (NAUS) - Advanced Technology Objective (NAUS-ATO)
Figure 3-6
General Dynamics Mobile Detection, Assessment,
and Response System
Figure 3-7
Northrop Grumman Andros
Figure 3-8
Northrop Grumman REMOTEC T5 CALIBER®
Figure 3-9
Northrop Grumman Remotec Wheelbarrow Revolution
Figure 3-10
Northrop Grumman REMOTEC Mk3 CALIBER®
Figure 3-11
Northrop Grumman Remote Ordnance Management
System (ROMOTEC)
Figure 3-12
Northrop Grumman Unmanned Ground Vehicles
Figure 3-13
Carnegie Mellon Crusher Unmanned Ground Combat Vehicle
Figure 3-14
Carnegie Mellon Gladiator Tactical Unmanned Ground Vehicles
Figure 3-15
Carnegie Mellon Dragon Runner Unmanned Ground Vehicles
Table 3-16
iRobot HazMat Technicians Controls
Table 3-17
iRobot 510 Packbot Characteristics
Table 3-18
iRobot First Responders Controls
Table 3-19
iRobot 510 Packbot Characteristics
Table 3-20
iRobot Combat Engineers Controls
Table 3-21
iRobot 510 Packbot Characteristics
Table 3-22
iRobot Daredevil Goals
Table 3-23
iRobot 500 PackBot Needs
Table 3-24
iRobot 500 PackBot Goals
Table 3-25
iRobot RedOwl Goals
Table 3-26
iRobot Nostra Goals
Table 3-27
iRobot Health Monitoring Goals
Figure 3-28
iRobot SUGV
Figure 3-29
SUGV (Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle)
Table 3-30
iRobot SUGV Characteristics
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Table 3-31
iRobot 320 SUGV Controls
Table 3-32
iRobot BCTM SUGV Controls
Table 3-33
iRobot 320 SUGV Characteristics
Table 3-34
iRobot 310 SUGV Controls
Table 3-35
iRobot 320 SUGV Characteristics
Figure 3-36
iRobot Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Robot
Figure 3-37
iRobot 510 PackBot
Table 3-38
iRobot 510 Packbot Features
Figure 3-39
Innovative Response Technologies Remote
Ordnance Management System
Figure 3-40
BAE Systems ARV Armed Robotic Vehicle
Figure 3-41
BAE Systems ARV Armed Robotic Vehicle RSTA Specifications
Figure 3-42
Pearson Engineering Assault Breacher Vehicle
Figure 3-43
iRobot 710 Warrior
Table 3-44
iRobot 710 Warrior Controls
Table 3-45
iRobot 710 Warrior Characteristics
Figure 3-46
iRobot and Foster Miller Man Transportable Robotic System
Figure 3-47
Exponent Agile Remote Controlled Robots
Figure 3-48
iRobot 210 Negotiator
Table 3-49
iRobot 210 Negotiator Controls
Table 3-50
iRobot 210 Negotiator Characteristics
Table 3-51
iRobot Landroid Goals
Figure 3-52
Northrop Grumman Remotec Andros™ HD Series
Figure 3-53
Northrop Grumman REMOTEC ANDROS™ F6 Series
Figure 3-54
Gostai Telesurveillance Robot
Figure 3-55
Gostai - A watchman that never sleeps
Figure 3-56
Gostai Jazz Security
Table 3-57
Thales Group Ground Master 400 Features
Table 3-58
Thales Group Ground Master 400 Facts
Table 3-59
Thales Group Ground Smarter 1000 Features
Figure 3-60
Thales Group Eurobot Ground Prototype (EGP)
Figure 3-61
Battlefield Extraction Robot
Table 3-62
iRobot 510 Packbot Characteristics
Table 3-63
iRobot EOD Technician Controls
Table 3-64
iRobot 510 Packbot Characteristics
Table 3-65
iRobot Bomb Squads Controls
Table 3-66
iRobot 510 Packbot Characteristics
Figure 3-66
Boston Dynamics Robotics
Figure 3-67
Boston Dynamics LS3 - Legged Squad Support Systems
Figure 3-68
Boston Dynamics BigDog - Rough-Terrain Robot
Figure 3-69
Boston Dynamics LittleDog - The Legged Locomotion Learning Robot
Figure 3-70
Boston DynamicsPETMAN - BigDog gets a Big Brother
Figure 3-71
Boston Dynamics RHex Devours Rough Terrain
Table 3-72
First-Response Robotics Hazardous Environment
Robotic Observer HAZMAT Applications
Figure 3-73
First-Response Robotics Hazardous Environment
Robotic Observer
Table 3-74
First-Response Robotics Hazardous Environment
Robotic Observer Tactical Preparedness
Figure 3-75
QinetiQ World-beating robots designed to do the dirty work
Table 3-76
QinetiQ Family Of Robots Positioning
Table 3-77
QinetiQ Portfolio
Figure 3-78
Telerob tEODor
Figure 3-79
Telemax
Figure 3-80
Telerob OSCAR
Figure 3-81
Telerob TEL600
Figure 3-82
Telerob System Solutions
Figure 3-83
Telerob Service Robot NBCmax
Figure 3-84
TechnoRobot RiotBot
Figure 3-85
TechnoRobot RiotBot Six-Wheel-Drive Capabilities,
Can Reach Speeds Exceeding 20km/h.
Figure 3-86
BAE Systems Armed Robotic Vehicle
Figure 3-87
BAE Systems Black Knight
Figure 3-88
BAE Systems ARV Armed Robotic Technologies
Advanced Technological Objective (ART-ATO)
Figure 3-89
BAE Systems Armed Robotic Vehicle
Figure 3-90
BAE Systems Black Knight
Figure 3-91
BAE Systems ARV Armed Robotic Technologies
Advanced Technological Objective (ART-ATO)
Table 3-92
Allen Vanguard Digital Vanguard ROV Features
Table 3-93
Allen Vanguard Defender ROV Features
Table 3-94
Allen Vanguard 2G Command Console Features
Table 3-95
Allen Vanguard VBIED VICTOR Response Features
Table 3-96
Allen Vanguard / HMS / Solutions
Figure 2-97
Ditch Witch Inc. Robo Trencher
Table 3-98
iRobot Sentinel
Table 3- 99
iRobot Sentinel Goals
Table 3-100
iRobot Collaborative UGV Goals
Table 3-101
iRobot Semi-Autonomous Operation Goals
Figure 3-102
iRobot 110 FirstLook
Table 3-103
iRobot 110 First Look Controls
Table 3-105
iRobot 110 First Look Characteristics
Figure 3-106
BAE Military Robot in Development
Figure 3-107
Kuchcera Defense Systems Under Vehicle Inspection Platform
Figure 3-108
Boston Dynamics RiSE: The Amazing Climbing Robot
Figure 3-109
Boston Dynamics SquishBot - Advanced Chemistry
Robot that Inches, Climbs and Deforms
Figure 3-110
Boston Dynamics RiSE: The Amazing Climbing Robot
Figure 3-111
Recon Robotics Throwbot
Figure 3-112
Omnitech Toughbot
Figure 3-113
Hydrema Joint Stock Co. Mine Area Clearance Equipment
Figure 3-114
Lockheed Martin Mule
Figure 3-115
Marine Glider Systems
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 4-17 (Continued)
Military Robot Technology Functions
Table 4-18
Missions (UUV “Sub-Pillars”) In Priority Order
Figure 4-19
UUVMP Vision
Table 4-20
Alliant Features:
Table 4-20 (Continued)
Alliant Features:
Figure 4-21
Evolution Robotics Technology Solutions
Figure 4-22
Evolution Robotics Object Recognition
Table 4-23
Evolution Robotics Applications
Table 5-1
Global Leader in Counter-IED
Table 5-2
Allen Vanguard Corporate Brands
Table 5-3
Allen Vanguard R&D Directions
Table 5-4
BAE Systems Company Positioning
Figure 5-5
BAE Systems Strategy
Figure 5-14
BAE Systems Contract for PIM
Table 5-15
Beijing Defense Key Business Areas
Table 5-16
Chemring EOD Limited Initiation Systems / Exploders
Figure 5-17
General Dynamics Divisions
Figure 5-18
General Dynamics Eagle
Figure 5-19
General Dynamics Duro
Figure 5-20
General Dynamics Piranha 3
Figure 5-21
General Dynamics Pandur 6 x 6
Table 5-22
General Dynamics Pandur 6 x 6 Features
Figure 5-23
General Dynamics Pandur 8 x 8
Table 5-24
General Dynamics Pandur 8 x 8 Features
Figure 5-25
General Dynamics Piranha 5
Figure 5-26
General Dynamics Ascod
Figure 5-27
General Dynamics SK 105
Table 5-28
General Dynamics SK 105 Features
Figure 5-29
General Dynamics M3 - A Synergy of Experience and
Modern Technology
Figure 5-30
General Dynamics IRB - Combat Proven Bridge Equipment
Table 5-31
General Dynamics Bridge Equipment Features
Figure 5-32
General Dynamics REBS - The Bridge for the Future Army
Figure 5-33
General Dynamics IAB - A light weight bridge for several uses
Figure 5-34
General Dynamics EAGLE Armored Patrol Vehicle
Figure 5-35
Kongsberg Key Orders for Maritime
Figure 5-36
Kongsberg Crows Initiative
Figure 5-37
Lockheed Martin Segment Positioning
Figure 5-38
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Segment Positioning
Figure 5-39
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Segment Portfolio
Figure 5-40
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics C130 Worldwide Airlift
Figure 5-41
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Falcon Fighter
Figure 5-42
Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems Portfolio
Figure 5-43
Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems Segment
Figure 5-44
Lockheed Martin Electronic Systems Segment Revenue
Figure 5-45
Lockheed Martin Information Systems Segment Revenue
Figure 5-46
Lockheed Martin Space Systems Segment Revenue
Figure 5-47
Northrop Grumman Systems Segments
Figure 5-48
Northrop Grumman Portfolio
Figure 5-49
Northrop Grumman Segment Revenue Growth
Figure 5-50
Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems Segment
Figure 5-51
Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems Segment
Figure 5-52
QinetiQ Dragon Runner Urban Operations Rugged Ultra-
Compact, Lightweight And Portable Reconnaissance Robot
Table 5-53
QinetiQ Customer Base
Figure 5-54
Re2 Open Architecture for Robots
Figure 5-55
Technorobot
Figure 5-56
Technorobot Collaborations
Table 5-57
Thales Key Technology Domains
Figure 5-58
Thales Measurable Environmental Targets
Table 5-59
Vecna Technologies hydraulic end effector Specifications
Table 6-1
Military Robot Research and Development Projects
Figure 6-2
iRobot Government Agencies Served
Figure 6-3
Lockheed Martin Multifunction Utility Logistics Equipment UGV -- MULE
Figure 6-4
JPO Robotic Systems
Figure 6-5
Army Modernization Aims
Table 6-6
Unmanned Vehicles UMV and UGV Submarkets
Table 6-7
Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) Leading
Technologies And Subsystems
Table 6-8
UUV Programmes
Table 6-9
Military / Government and University Agencies

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