Configuraciones TELLUS


Módulo medicalizado


TELLUS is based on a lightweight vehicle, with a real amphibious capability, unique in the market, extreme offroad mobility, high autonomy, high payload capacity for logistic applications, capability to transport casualties in safe comfort cells and hybrid mobility. These features make for a high-performance multi-purpose platform.

TELLUS has been conceived from the first moment to be used in different configurations and missions, being born to cover very specific needs of the units against forest fires, rescue support in the extraction of injured people from high risk areas, or for logistic applications in the case of natural and climatic catastrophes being its design optimal for forest maintenance, fire extinction, and vital support for assistance of injured people. That is why TELLUS is available in 3 configurations.

Within the pre-selected configurations of the Tellus UGV, there is an emergency medical evacuation version and an advanced life support version. The former has a compartment for two casualties and first aid equipment, as well as the capacity to transport up to eight people in external modules with seating designed for rapid evacuation to a safe area. The other version has the capacity to integrate advanced life support units for complete monitoring and transport of the casualty to the aid station. Both have an armoured compartment. Due to its maritime and land configurations as a rescue, medical assistance or casualty transport unit, Tellus will provide a high-performance solution to sectors where vehicles with extreme mobility are required in difficult terrain, large enough to transport equipment or people, but allowing the vehicle to move optimally and with high manoeuvrability in a variety of environments.

The high mobility of the platform, within its dual capabilities, will allow it to move on-road, on-road and off-road, being suitable for use in inaccessible or difficult to access areas, such as snowy, rugged, coastal areas, areas affected by natural disasters and remote forest areas. This makes the vehicle particularly suitable for carrying out forest maintenance or firefighting work, among other possibilities, as it will allow access to fire areas where teams of brigades on foot could not safely access with the necessary equipment to carry out their activity safely. It is also of great value for extraction in the event of high or uncontrolled risk.