CASE STUDY: G-NIUS
About the Company
G-NIUS Unmanned Ground Systems (UGS) Ltd., a leading Israeli unmanned ground systems company, supplies military and law enforcement with field proven autonomous ground systems. A pioneer in navigation, control theorem, artificial intelligence and 3D artificial imaging, G-NIUS has developed a solid base of customers who recognize the extensive operational benefits resting in the employment of unmanned ground systems. G-NIUS specializes in delivering precise solutions for 24/7, all weather, all-terrain, homeland security missions and systems that keep individuals out of harm’s way while revolutionizing the way combat support and force protection tasks are accomplished.
G-NIUS needed a fleet of vehicles that were versatile, rugged and safe that could be used as the platform for its unmanned ground systems. G-NIUS’ requirements included a powerful, high–performing vehicle that was easy to maneuver, could easily handle the roughest terrain, and could be adapted to meet the specific needs of its customers.
For more than seven years, TOMCAR vehicles have served as the perfect companion for G-NIUS’ leading edge technology. TOMCAR vehicles have a very suitable footprint for G-NIUS in terms of size, width, dimensions, capabilities, and weight level, according to Noam Segal, G-NIUS Vice President of Marketing. “The TOMCAR can be very easily handled and very easily airlifted from place to place,” Segal said. “It’s maneuverability, simplicity and adaptability make it very suitable. We’re very pleased with the suitability.”
The agility of TOMCAR vehicles and their ability to handle any terrain is a good fit for G-NIUS. “The TOMCAR can move rather freely off-road,” Segal said. “It is not a very heavy, complicated or clumsy vehicle. It’s very rugged and tough.”
TOMCAR delivers the right vehicle and the ongoing support that helps G-NIUS meet its business objectives. “We have a superb working relationship with our local vendor,” Segal said. “TOMCAR is definitely a business companion that supports our endeavors.”