NANUK - Features

NANUK has a variety of features made up of the following:


Custom Design. Wide Range of Functions.

  • Configurable, customizable modular design
  • For hazardous outdoor, indoor, and GPS-denied environments
  • Autonomous, semi-autonomous, and manual navigation & mapping modes
  • Long range semi-autonomous operations with data/video/status transmission
  • Autonomous operation over & around objects
  • Near real-time map acquisition & portrayal
  • Near real-time sensor data, status & alerts
  • Able to carry and tow heavy loads
  • Operates continuously for 8 hours and more
  • Optional armored version with bulletproof target payload
NANUK on Grass

NANUK on Snow

Perform Multiple Tasks. In Diverse Environments.

  • Deployment in challenging and hazardous outdoor and indoor environments
  • Data acquisition, recording, reporting
  • Payload and sensor transport/operations
  • Autonomous robot targets and swarms
  • Autonomous ops in unmapped areas
  • Semi-autonomous ops via GPS waypoints
  • Interoperability with IoT platform
  • Repetitive monitoring/measurement tasks in most weather/terrain/light conditions
  • Carrying/maneuvering heavy loads and diverse types of sensors and payloads

Three Modes. Autonomous, Semi-Autonomous, and Manual.

  • Semi-Autonomous - GPS Waypoints - Users can input a series of geographic waypoints via the mobile controller. Nanuk will follow the specified path from origin to end point and return to origin.
  • Autonomous - Wander and React - Nanuk will navigate a random pattern, detecting/avoiding obstacles. Optionally, it can react to any perceived threats or obstacles and take evasive action.
  • Manual or Autonomous - Return Home - Nanuk can return to start position autonomously and on command.
  • Manual - Users can take control of all Nanuk functions via the remote controller at any time.
NANUK Tires

NANUK Radio Control Unit

Additional Control Features. Customizable for Your Needs.


Geo-fencing: Ensures Nanuk doesn’t leave specified boundaries or areas.
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UGV Mobile Controller: Direct, remote control of one or more Nanuk UGVs.
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Configuration Scenarios: Users can specify Nanuk goals and paths.
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Maps: Creation of 2D and 3D occupancy and other maps.
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Standard Onboard Sensors: 3D LiDAR, IMU, 2D/3D cameras, GPS, wheel encoders, laser distance sensors.


Robotic Target. For Ballistic Training.


NANUK Model 200 UGV can be used as a Robotic Target for Ballistic Training.

​​​​​​​Includes autonomous and semi-autonomous navigation features of the standard Model 200.
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Armored to withstand ballistic impacts up to .50 caliber rounds.
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Detects and indicates ballistic impacts using visual signals and reports to the control unit.
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Can be equipped with 2D and 3D targets, representing human figures or full-size vehicles.

 

NANUK Basllistic Training