Robotics and autonomous systems provide you with an operational edge through enabling unprecedented capability across multiple domains. Our family of robots includes small, medium and large unmanned vehicles, known for their durability, reliability and flexibility around the world. They can be configured for specific tasks such as IED defeat, CBRN/hazmat identification, reconnaissance, combat engineering support and SWAT/MP unit assistance.
QinetiQ Robotics and Autonomous Systems
We develop robots in a variety of sizes and with varying capabilities that provide protection and support keeping military, first responders and civilians out of harm’s way.
Report: Enacting Prototype Warfare
We have a long heritage of research, experimentation and innovation across all domains. We offer a comprehensive approach to artificial intelligence and collaborative autonomy, from concept and design, through testing and evaluation, to platform integration; from training, safety and certification to vehicle support technologies.
The accelerating pace of technological developments will only serve to increase the role played by uncrewed vehicles and robots in delivering military capability. We see a wide range of new and developed applications – including those achieved by harnessing the power of multiple unmanned systems – operating together across environments.
Autonomous Last Mile Resupply: TITAN put through its paces
Part of Dstl's Autonomous Last Mile Resupply programme, watch our TITAN robot in action, autonomously navigating a route over mixed terrain. TITAN is able to deliver supplies to troops stationed in dangerous environments where access is limited.
How will Robotics and Autonomous Systems evolve over time?
Looking at the future of Robotics and Autonomous Systems over a continuum of 10-15 years, our Campaign Manager - Land Autonomy, Keith Mallon describes the way RAS is likely to evolve over this time.
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