New Multi-Mission Portable UGV Released for Dismounted Operations

Teledyne FLIR Defense has introduced the SUGV™ 325 a modular, single-person-carry unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) able to traverse rough terrain and climb stairs By Sarah Simpson / 18 Jun 2024
New Multi-Mission Portable UGV Released for Dismounted Operations
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Teledyne FLIR Defense, part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated has launched the new SUGV™ 325 portable and modular robot at Eurosatory 2024.

The SUGV 325 is a single-person-carry unmanned ground platform offering a versatile solution for dismounted and mobile operations. In its lightest configuration, the rugged SUGV 325 weighs only about 20 pounds (9.1 kg), making it easy to carry while also able to traverse rough terrain and climb stairs.

The robot’s advanced manipulator arm features five degrees of freedom, enabling users to conduct highly delicate and complex tasks. Technology upgrades on the new SUGV 325 include an array of sensors, such as HD visible, long wave infrared (LWIR), and stitched 360-degree cameras, as well as 30x optical zoom and two-way audio communication.


The SUGV 325’s new features and capabilities make it ideally suited for military applications such as surveillance and reconnaissance, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), and remote Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) inspection.

Tung Ng, vice president of Unmanned Systems North America at Teledyne FLIR Defense commented, “Our new SUGV 325 delivers enhanced portability and technology that make a wide range of operations easier for our warfighters.

With its superior mobility and situational awareness, this multi-mission robot gives users a highly-mobile system to keep them from harm’s way when interrogating threats. We’re proud to offer the new SUGV 325 as we continue innovating our entire portfolio of unmanned ground platforms for customers worldwide.”

Key Features

Improved Mobility: With its enhanced portability and speeds up to 7 mph (11.3 kph), SUGV 325 can be rapidly deployed, allowing operators to quickly interrogate a device or target.

Expandable: An IOP-compliant payload open architecture accommodates a wide range of payloads and accessories, enabling operators to configure the robot to their mission.

Multi-Robot Control: The uPoint® Multi-Robot Control System features a tablet with touchscreen control as well as a hand-controller. Scales to various Android tablet sizes and is Nett Warrior and ATAK compatible.

Rugged and Durable: Connects to the Wave Relay® MANET to form a robust network; can lift close to 20 pounds (9.1 kg); on-board battery operation up to eight hours.

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