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Israel’s Roboteam to Supply Robots to Italian Military Police

Roboteam develops ground robotic systems for law enforcement and military use, such as handling of suspicious objects and dangerous materials and intelligence collection

CTech 13:4306.03.19
Israeli defense robotics company Robo-Team Ltd. (known as Roboteam) announced Wednesday it won a $10 million bid to supply robots to the Arma dei Carabinieri, Italy’s military police force. According to the deal, Roboteam will provide the Italian law enforcement agency with 40 tactical robotic systems.

 

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Roboteam develops ground robotic systems for law enforcement and military use, such as handling of suspicious objects and dangerous materials and intelligence collection. Founded in 2009 in Israel and headquartered in Maryland with additional offices in Tel Aviv and a factory in Pennsylvania, The company lists military and government arms from the U.S., Israel, the U.K., Canada, Thailand, Japan, Korea, and Switzerland among its clients. Roboteam has raised $62 million from investors including Shenghai and Singapore-based investment firm FengHe Fund Management.

 

Robot by Roboteam. Photo: Roboteam Robot by Roboteam. Photo: Roboteam

 

In 2016, Roboteam spun-off personal assistant robot company Roboteam Home USA Inc., also known as Temi Inc. Temi develops wheeled, voice-activated robots that can recognize and follow people around the house, make video calls, play music, and carry small objects from room to room.
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