Cobham’s low size, weight and power four-channel Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) sensor system is 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.
Cobham 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 Cobham’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 Cobham 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.
AMULET Robot-Mounted Mine Detection System Features
- 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)
- Fast and simple integration onto tactical remotely-operated platforms
- Single enclosure containing both GPR antenna and associated electronics
- Modular and scalable Line Replaceable Units (LRUs)
- Proven GPR technology designed with the user in mind
- Simple to use – simple to train