Those products include remotely piloted aircraft, autonomous ground and marine vehicles and other robotic systems.
"The use of proved unmanned or robotized systems allow INROBSYS to perform missions which cannot be carried out through direct human intervention, or when a human can operate only at unacceptable risks and/or at comparative negative costs," the company said.
Both parent and subsidiary will focus on commercial and non-governmental missions and customers, but INROBSYS Ltd. and INROBSYS France can also meet homeland security and defense requirements, such as critical infrastructure surveillance, observing and recording military training areas and exercises, or more specific tasks which require tailor-made services, such as monitoring CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear) incidents.
The company's French subsidiary is located near Bordeaux, the heart of France's robotics industry.
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