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Robotics & AI in defence sector

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In this episode we cover XTEK’s growing partner applications in robotics & AI.

Milrem Robotics will collaborate with XTEK in order to develop a composite material ballistic armour solution. Milrem Robotics (based in Tallinn, Estonia) is Europe’s leading robotics and autonomous systems developer whose defence sector products include the THeMIS UGV and Type X RCV.

XTEK is also working with Queensland based Athena Artificial Intelligence (Athena AI) which develops and manufactures AI enabled target recognition, geospatial analysis and machine learning decision support. More specifically, the company produces multi sensor computer vision data fusion with machine learning for battle tracking, grouping information, supporting targeting such as weapons effects and linking detections to suitable effectors. It also has experience in middleware services for providing a server based solution as part of a C4I battle network.

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