Milrem Robotics, the leading European robotics and autonomous systems developer and Clavister, a Swedish cyber security expert signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) during DSEI, London to collaborate on AI-powered cyber security for unmanned military vehicles.
Milrem Robotics is the developer of intelligent robotic systems such as the THeMIS Unmanned Ground Vehicle and the Type-X Robotic Combat Vehicle that are multi-role platforms capable of supporting various defence missions. Milrem is an active contributor to collaborative defence programs and was the leader of the Consortium of the EDIDP integrated Modular Unmanned Ground Systems Project (iMUGS). Similarly, Clavister is leading efforts in growing European cyber security with its AI-powered Cyber Armour solution, protecting military platforms and vehicles. Clavister is part of several European Defence Fund (EDF) research consortiums including COMMANDS providing specialised cyber skills. Milrem and Clavister’s coming together is a natural progression in European cyber defence.
“We always need to be in the forefront of new technologies and cybersecurity is no different. Cyber protection for vehicles is required on today’s digital battlefield and we need to always continue evolving it. Selecting the leading technology partners is key for us and Clavister brings vast knowledge and experience in cyber protection of military vehicles”, said Kuldar Väärsi, founder and CEO of Milrem Robotics.
John Vestberg, CEO of Clavister commented on signing the MoU, “I am very excited about this new partnership with Milrem Robotics. We appreciate being an integrated part of vehicles design as that’s where we can contribute the most to ensure Security by design.”
Clavister is a specialized European cybersecurity company, protecting complex digital businesses for more than two decades. Founded and headquartered in Sweden, Clavister pioneered one of the first firewalls and has been building robust and adaptive cybersecurity solutions ever since. Empowering a growing ecosystem of partners and resellers, the company has been serving customers in over 100 countries with more than 125,000 deployments across public sector, service provider and defense sectors. (www.clavister.com).