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The Dragon Assassin™ Robotic IED Detect System

Currently under development, the Dragon Assassin™ is a small robotic tracked vehicle designed for the inspection of suspicious objects during IED Sweeps. The Dragon Assassin™ provides a remote inspection platform allowing soldiers to achieve stand-off when trying to determine if an object is an IED.

An improvised explosive device (IED), also known as a roadside bomb, is a homemade bomb constructed and deployed in ways other than in conventional military action. One may be constructed using conventional military explosives, such as an artillery round attached to a detonating mechanism or can be created from non-conventional explosive like Ammonium nitrate-fuel oil (ANFO).

In the 2003–2010 Iraq War, IEDs were used extensively against coalition forces and by the end of 2007 they had become responsible for approximately 60% of coalition deaths in Iraq. In current Afghanistan War against the Taliban/Al Qaeda, IEDs placed by insurgent groups have accounted for 70% of all coalition casualties during the period of 2001– present.

The Dragon Assassin™ Concept...
The MK1 Dragon Assassin™ is a new concept in ultra portable, cost effective remote IED inspection platforms. Here are just a few of the benefits...

Cost Per Unit - The Dragon Assassin™ MK1 Platform in its standard configuration will be priced at approximately €5,000 per unit, half the cost of the nearest equivalent system and significantly cheaper than other robotic platforms performing similar roles in theatre.

Serviceable - Many of the basic parts in the MK1 Dragon Assassin™ are commercially available, making servicing both inexpensive and simple. Parts are housed in an incredibly tough Lexan Polycarbonate casing to offer extensive protection when used by our troops.

Portability - The majority of Dragon Assassin™ MK1 configurations will be completely man-portable and will be supplied with either a tactical back pack or a custom webbing harness to attach to a standard Bergen or ALICE Pack.

Configurable - The Dragon Assassin™ MK1 has multi-configurable set-ups allowing the user to have a single base unit capable of being reconfigured for different operations.

Multi Functional - The standard unit comes with a multi-tool capability allowing the operator to change tools held in the robotic jaws to deal with different eventualities, including a ground probe, drag tool and wire cutters.
 
Latest News
 
Keep up to date with the latest news and developments of the Dragon Assassin IED Clearance Robot.

17-11-2011 - Two British soldiers killed in Afghanistan after their armoured vehicle hit a roadside IED
Two British soldiers have died in Afghanistan after their armoured vehicle hit a roadside bomb.
16-11-2011 - Soldier Killed In Afghan Blast brings death toll to 386
A soldier from 2nd Battalion The Rifles has died following in an explosion in southern Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defence said.
09-11-2011 - British Soldier Killed In Afghan Bomb Blast
A British soldier has been killed in an explosion while on patrol in southern Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defence has announced.
13-08-2011 - Another British soldier killed by IED blast
Another British soldier has been killed by an explosion in southern Afghanistan.
21-04-2011 - Female EOD Officer Dies After Afghan Bomb Blast
A British EOD Officer who died in hospital in the UK after being injured while clearing roadside bombs in Afghanistan has been named as Captain Lisa Jade Head.
20-04-2011 - British soldier dies in UK hospital after Afghanistan IED blast
A Bomb Disposal expert was fatally wounded while clearing improvised explosive devices in Nahr-e Sarajm, Helmand province A soldier who was injured in Afghanistan while clearing roadside bombs has died, the Ministry of Defence has said.
24-03-2011 - Two British Soldiers Killed in IED Blast
Two British soldiers have been killed in an explosion in Afghanistan six days before they were due back in the UK, the Ministry of Defence has said.

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