Provectus Robotics was awarded a contract by the EDTS group within the RCMP to integrate a robotic arm onto an existing robotic platform. The WM Robotics Knight manipulator arm was chosen for this project due to its advanced capabilities and RCMP operator familiarity. The Knight's existing control console will be utilized to eliminate the need for operator training on a new control system.
Provectus Robotics was selected by Neptec Design Group to provide robot control software for the Lunar Exploration Light Rover (LELR) project, which was awarded earlier by the Canadian Space Agency. This $11.5 million (CAD) project, which will run until December 2012, is designed to enhance Canada's expertise and leadership in space robotics and lunar surface mobility. The LELR platform will focus on light mobility tasks, mainly tele-operation and semi-autonomy for lunar scientific investigation and exploration.
Provectus Robotics successfully demonstrates a second ARI AMSTAF system in Daejeon, South Korea. The demonstration was part of the Military
Technologies Presentation, organized by DAPA (Defense Acquisition Program Administration). The day-long event was attended by
representatives of South Korean military and security agencies.
Provectus Robotics successfully demonstrates the completed AMSTAF system at the First Israel HLS International Conference. Designed
and built for Automotive Robotic Industry, the autonomous unmanned system was unveiled at the old Tel-Aviv train station..
Provectus Robotics is selected by the Israeli company Automotive Robotic Industry, to design and build their AMSTAF unmanned ground vehicle. The autonomous patrol vehicle will be used to patrol and secure large infrastructures around the world.