Saturday, June 23, 2012

Husky 2G vehicle mounted mine detector (VMMD) Critical Solutions International

Prompted by the need for longer missions and advanced detection systems, the two-operator Husky 2G landmine and IED detection vehicle was born.
The Husky 2G was designed with the same protection, survivability, and mobility characteristics as the original Husky MKIII VMMD. 
This innovative vehicle design was recognized as one of the U.S. Army’s Top Ten Inventions of 2011.
As the threats facing the warfighter have evolved, so has the equipment.  Husky vehicles are no longer fitted merely with a simple metal detection system.  Sophisticated high sensitivity detectors, ground penetrating radar, and video surveillance equipment have now been operationalized, creating the need for a second operator. 
The addition of a second operator allows the driver to focus on vehicle control, while the commander monitors and analyzes the sensor systems and environment.

  • Blast protected V-shaped hull
  • Frangible design
  • Overpass capable
  • Automatic fire suppression system
  • Rapid field repair
  • Replaceable front & rear modules
  • ISO transportable and storable

Available with:
  • Ground penetrating radar
  • Pulse induction (PI) metal detector
  • Rhino IED pre-detonation device
  • Cyclone blower
  • Robotic arm
  • Remote weapon station
  • Appliqué armor

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