- aunav has supplied to an active counter-terrorism unit in Thailand with seven aunav.NEXT robots and seven aunav.VAN command and control vehicles.
- The robots, designed and manufactured in Spain, will help neutralize threats in the southern provinces of Thailand.
Kingdom of Thailand has incorporated seven units of the aunav.NEXT robot. Developed and manufactured entirely in Spain, its two synchronized arms make it unique on the market.
The customer, an active counter-terrorism unit, was also supplied with seven aunav.VAN command and control vehicles, the rapid intervention and transport unit developed to meet the needs of CBRN and explosive deactivation units.
This operation gives recognition in Thai market, which expands the brand’s presence in Asia. The continent´s security forces in countries such as Vietnam, China, and India already trust aunav robots. aunav has more than 200 units sold in 16 countries worldwide.
This acquisition allows the counter-terrorism unit to neutralize possible threats in various southern provinces of the country. The aunav.NEXT robot combined with the aunav.VAN units enhance the ability of the customer to safely disable improvised explosive devices hidden in motorcycles or other vehicles.
Spanish technology that helps save lives
The aunav.NEXT robot is developed in Spain in collaboration with bomb squad units. It is specifically designed for the deactivation of improvised explosives (IED), ammunition control (EOD), or CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear) activities. It is an advanced system that effectively combines strength and dexterity thanks to its two synchronized arms, capable of lifting up to 250 kg.
The aunav.VAN is a light transport and rapid intervention vehicle, specifically designed to meet the operational needs of aunav robots as a control center unit at the intervention site.
aunav is part of the Robotics Unit of everis Aerospace, Defense and Security (everis ADS), and designs and manufactures all its products in Spain, at the production center located in Binéfar (Huesca).