EDGE Group has unveiled 11 new autonomy-enabled unmanned vehicles across land, naval, and air domains at the International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEX 2023) in Abu Dhabi.
EDGE Group CEO and Managing Director Mansour Al-Mulla stated that these 'Made in the UAE' autonomy-enabled solutions would enable their customers to expand their reach to new heights and depths across multiple combat environments.
Al Mulla recently told CNN that autonomous weapons systems (AWS) are one of the EDGE’s top priorities, among electronic warfare (EW) systems and smart weapons.
Our 1,498-word special report provides an overview of EDGE’s anatomy-enabled systems and dedicated analysis. The report also looks at future maritime projects that are likely to be capable of autonomous operations.
The report is structured as follows:
-Land domain: THeMIS Combat Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV), THeMIS Observe UGV, Type X Robotic Combat Vehicle, NIMR Robotic Combat Vehicle.
-Naval domain: 170 Detector USV
-Air domain: Jeniah, Airtruck, QX6-50, Instrumented Testing Platform, Universal UTM, Mission Control Platform