Peraton unveils Peraton Remotec
On March 18, Herndon, VA-based Peraton welcomed new subsidiary Peraton Remotec, the global leader in mobile robot systems for hazardous duty operations, and to introduce Peraton Remotec’s new platform, the Andros Spartan Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) System.
Remotec, Inc., now branded as Peraton Remotec, was acquired through the recent purchase of Northrop Grumman’s integrated mission support and IT solutions business.
For more than three decades, military, law enforcement, and other first responders worldwide have relied on Peraton Remotec robots to help assure a safe, successful outcome for their most challenging missions. Peraton Remotec offers the widest range of Unmanned Ground Vehicles and accessories in the market, with a worldwide installed base of over 2,300 vehicles.
“Peraton Remotec’s industry-leading track record in unmanned ground vehicles complements Peraton’s 25 years of experience serving government customers operating in the unmanned surface, underwater and ground domains,” said John Coleman, president, Global Defense & Security sector. “We look forward to building on the synergies to meet future unmanned system needs while continuing to innovate on behalf of our loyal customers in the military, law enforcement and the broader first responder community.”
The successful integration of Peraton Remotec further signifies Peraton’s company-wide commitment to serve customer’s missions of consequence, Peraton said.