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Startup: Agritechnique Engineering- Unmanned Ground Engineering Vehicles
Agritechnique Engineering is a Tel Aviv, Israel-based startup that builds remotely operated robotic engineering vehicles with on–board, fully autonomous tool interchangeability.

After thorough research in the combat demolition engineering market, with a focus on Unmanned Ground Engineering Vehicles (UGEVs) and robots accompanied by a rigorous study of commercially available civilian robots, Agritechnique Engineering Ltd. entered the market with its development and design of a novel, revolutionary UGEV concept created in four different versions - UGEV/SR, UGEV/NPPIR, UGEV/UDTV and UGEV/HMLS. (patent pending).




Contact Info
P. O. Box 65205
Tel Aviv, 61652
Tel: +972 9 9574425
Fax: +972 3 6438089
Company Leadership

Avner Opperman, CEO, Founder

Market Segments

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Unmanned Ground Engineering Vehicle (UGEV) operational applications include:
  • Search & Rescue Engineering Vehicles
  • Nuclear Power Plant Inspection Robotics Vehicles
  • Humanitarian Demining Task Vehicles
  • Military and Homeland Security Vehicles
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Combat Engineering Tools Carrier (CETC)

Search & Rescue Tools Carrier (SRTC)

Startup Name
Agritechnique Engineering- Unmanned Ground Engineering Vehicles
Avner Opperman

# of Employees
Problem Your Company/Products Solves

Agritechnique’s UGEV/SR systems are simple to operate - reliable teamwork between man and machine enable more lives to be saved in disaster sites. The UGEV/SR version is adapted for use in emergency rescue missions, such as in the wake of terrorist attacks, earthquakes, and other disasters, both natural and manmade.




Civilian and Military Search and Rescue, Security, and Inspection

Company Needs
Investment Capital

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