TALLINN - The unmanned multi-mission tracked vehicle being developed by the Estonian company Milrem attracted a lot of interest at the defense industry fair in London, and the company expects to sell the first units of the vehicle in 2017.
“We saw very big interest at the fair, I didn’t expect it to be that big,” Milrem CEO Kuldar Vaarsi told BNS.
He said Milrem displayed its hybrid engine-driven unmanned ground vehicle at the Defense and Security Equipment International (DSEI) fair in London to gauge the interest of potential buyers. Several Ar...
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