Remotec Inc., a Northrop Grumman subsidiary, has unveiled Nomad, a new unmanned ground vehicle, as part of its AndrosTM line of UGVs.
"Building on our 30-year heritage, Nomad represents another exciting chapter of Andros innovation, performance and value in render-safe operations," said Dan Verwiel, vice president and general manager of Missile Defence and Protective Systems division at Northrop Grumman.
"Future upgrades can be spiralled via IOP compliance and its next-generation track pods allow Nomad to go where others cannot."
The vehicle, which is equipped with Department of Defence-compliant interoperability profile software messaging and hardware interfaces, can be integrated with sensors and payloads for multiple functions and missions.
According to Northrop, Nomad weighs 164 pounds and is 35.5 inches long.
It is 23 inches wide and has a height of 26 inches when horizontal or 42 inches when the mast is fully vertical.