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AMN Video: Endeavor Robotics, a defense company, has delivered more than 6,000 mobile robots

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Endeavor Robotics, formerly iRobot Defense & Security, is the leading supplier of battle-hardened UGVs, offering a full product line of robotic systems.

Endeavor has delivered more than 6,000 mobile robots around the world, and the company has more than 128 total robot variants that it has manufactured, and more than 140 third party modules integrated.

The robots are 100 percent made in the United States, too.

Endeavor is the largest independent supplier of battle-tested UGVs to customers worldwide, and is wholly dedicated to serving customers in the defense, public safety, and energy and industrial markets.

Endeavor Robotics’ processes have been certified as ISO 9001:2008.

Endeavor Robotics was recently featured at the ADS Warrior East Expo in Virginia Beach.

ADS, Inc., is a company that provides equipment, procurement and support solutions to the defense, military and law enforcement markets.

The Expo is intended to bring customers and companies together to be able to “touch, try and train,” and the event is described as the “equal sign” between consumers and products. There are also opportunities to take educational courses during the Expo.

“Warrior Expo is the embodiment of our mission to actively seek out our customers’ equipment and logistics challenges and deliver innovative, cost-effective solutions that enhance their ability to complete their missions,” ADS said. “It is this commitment that has made ADS the world’s premier equipment, procurement and support solutions specialist to the military, law enforcement, first responders and the defense industry.”

The company serves the following markets:

  • Department of Defense
  • Federal Government Agencies
  • First Responders
  • Humanitarian Organizations
  • Partner Nations
  • State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Major Prime Contractors