ŁUKASIEWICZ - PIAP WITH ITS LATEST OFFER FOR ARMED FORCES AT MSPO
The Łukasiewicz - PIAP will present its products at its expo stand 71 in D Expo Hall. The PIAP MOBI TARGET system for advanced shooting training will be presented for the first time in Kielce; the system was created as part of a project co-financed by the National Centre for Research and Development.
The system is designed as a training and skills-improving facility for officers. A perfect choice for the law enforcement, state security and defence, as well as armed security personnel, sports shooters and civilians who use weapons for personal defence.
PIAP MOBI TARGET consists of a mobile unmanned platform, an operator's station with a training interface and a relay station. The system's mobility, the ability of quick relocation and complete independence from the existing communication infrastructure are the greatest advantages. For the safety of the device and its user, there is software for precise location control and repetitive movement of the platforms at the full assumed speed. PIAP Mobi Target can operate in close proximity as well as surrounded by obstacles in the shooting range. The system move distances is up to 1,200 m, which makes it possible to conduct sniper training from long distances
The offer presented at MSPO also includes the STENÓS mobile X-ray system for direct digital radiography from the American manufacturer LOGOS Imaging, mounted on the latest version of the PIAP GRYF® digital robot with the RDS / CSL VIPER pyrotechnic ejector.
Logos Imagine STENÓS is the lightest and most durable direct, digital radiography panel. It is also the largest panel with a glass-free design.
The Institute's expo stand will also feature the latest model of the PIAP FENIX® - a backpack reconnaissance robot and the PIAP PATROL® medium caterpillar robot registered for the DEFENDER award.
The International Defence Industry Exhibition MSPO is the largest and most important event of its kind in the central part of the Old Continent. For over a quarter of a century, the Kielce International Defence Industry Exhibition has been the Polish industry's flagship as well as a showcase and the best way to promote domestic companies.
The Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements is a producer of Polish mobile robots for C-IED and reconnaissance The Institute was established in 1965, and since April 2019 it has been part of the Łukasiewicz Research Network. The Institute also deals with the automation and robotization of production lines and factories, 3D printing and space technologies. Its scientific as well as research and development works support the development, production and sells of mobile robots to 22 countries around the world. Warsaw is the seat of the Institute with its branch office is in Toruń. Łukasiewicz - PIAP crew consists of nearly 250 people working in interdisciplinary teams (www.antyterroryzm.com, www.piap.pl).
Łukasiewicz Research Network is the third-largest research network in Europe, it provides attractive, complete and competitive technological solutions. PIAP offers a unique system of "challenges" for the business - a group of 4 500 scientists accepts a business challenge. In less than 15 working days they propose an entrepreneur an effective solution ready to implement. PIAP makes the most of the top-competences of scientists in Poland and scientific equipment, the appliances which are the country-scale unique. Most importantly - an entrepreneur does not bear any costs related to the development of an idea for research. Łukasiewicz meets the expectations of business in a convenient way; an entrepreneur may want to contact not only via the form on the website https://lukasiewicz.gov.pl/biznes/, but also call in over 50 locations: Łukasiewicz Institutes itself and their branches all over Poland. High-quality in product and service guaranteed in all locations. The Łukasiewicz's focuses on such research areas as: Health, Smart Mobility, Digital Transformation and Sustainable Economy and Energy.