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The Krampus project has reached technology readiness level 5 while developing optionally manned, hybrid diesel-electric propulsion all-terrain Krampus vehicle. During the field testing which took place in late August 2021, Krampus Mk1 buggy was driven on asphalt, gravel and unpaved roads as well as in grassland and hilly areas.
After system assembly, programming, and testing, Krampus was tested on a stand. According mathematical calculations Krampus speed was set at 120 km/h.
The Lithuanian company Ostara, operating in the security and defense industry, has signed a memorandum of mutual understanding with a Canadian firm Provectus Robotics Solutions Inc. The agreement will see the Provectus’ remote control and autonomous driving solution (A-Kit) integrated into an advanced next generation all terrain vehicle Krampus.
Our NEWSROOM The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. News & media DEVELOPMENT OF AN INNOVATIVE AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE The company LLC Ostara aims to create a hybrid vehicle with a continuous operation principle with a remote control function, which could move in a heavily carved area. A four-wheeled vehicle
The all terrain vehicle assembly phase took off following the launch of the Krampus project in 2017. It took two years to perform all the mathematical calculations and drawings, after which the production of parts for the Krampus project commenced. In addition to the mechanical part, the hybrid drive is also being programmed.
Following the R&D and production phases, Ostara together with its partner Hirtenberger Defence Systems, presented FAMOS (Fast Mortar Support), an 81 mm light mortar carrier platform, at the Eurosatory exhibition in Paris. The platform has been further reinforced, protecting the main assemblies of the all terrain vehicle from damage. The cargo part is equipped with a mortar fastening mechanism and mortar ammunition canisters. The FAMOS development philosophy is based