IGG Partners with Milrem to develop and arm a military UGV

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Published February 21st, 2017 - 05:47 GMT
IGG Partners with Milrem to develop and arm a military UGV
IGG Partners with Milrem to develop and arm a military UGV

The International Golden Group (IGG), announced today its cooperation with Milrem, the Estonian defense solutions provider, to develop and arm unmanned ground vehicles (UGV) with ASELSAN, the largest Turkish defense electronics company.

The Prototype of this product is currently being showcased at IDEX 2017, under the umbrella of IGG; visitors can test and interact with the product through the remote control unit along the   sidelines of the exhibition.

Khalifa Al Balushi, Chief Executive Officer of International Golden Group and Chief Executive Officer of IGG  ASELSAN Integrated Systems: "The vehicle which will be produced is the first of its kind in the UAE, and is set to meet the tactical requirements on the battlefield and to increase the combat capability while minimizing the damage and operational needs.”

Kuldar Väärsi, Chief Executive Officer of Milrem, said: “Our partnership with IGG stems from our aim to expand our operations and make the required technology available to develop such vehicles in the Middle East. The Prototype is the first of its kind in this collaboration, and will be deployed in numerous missions.”

Background Information

International Golden Group

Established in 2002 with headquarters in Abu Dhabi, International Golden Group (IGG) PJSC specialises in providing high-end defence and security solutions. Recognised as a leading supplier to the UAE Armed forces, Ministry of Interior, and other defence and security authorities, IGG provides unsurpassed levels of services to our growing customer base by employing highly dedicated and experienced personnel. 

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