ARROBOT launched unmanned guided vehicle for military

​The company has received more than 10 unique orders from MNC’s and Govt. of India undertakings and plans to hire more than 100 employees in the next one year 


Hyderabad : ARROBOT unveiled an Unmanned Guided Vehicle (UGV) for the Armed Forces in the presence Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary, Government of Telangana.

In a game-changing alliance, Hyderabad-based Raghu Vamsi Group, a pioneer in aerospace and military production, joined up with PAR EAST, a pioneer in autonomous manufacturing and supply chain solutions. This dynamic collaboration gave birth to ARROBOT, which was founded in April 2023 as a direct reaction to the increasing growth of automation fueled by Industry 4.0.

ARROBOT, a start-up, created an Unmanned Guided Vehicle (UGV) for the Armed Forces to aid in logistics, surveillance, and reconnaissance in tough terrain and environments. It can carry up to 200 kg on top and pull up to 600 kg with a 30-degree vision, as well as perform a variety of other activities with extra attachments. The firm is at the intersection of digitalization, electronics, and automation, with the goal of making Industry 4.0 easy and accessible. It has already received over ten distinct orders from MNCs and government enterprises. “ARROBOT” wants to provide companies with the tools they need to survive in the current age by giving cutting-edge solutions,” says the company’s Co-Founder & CEO Mr. Ravi Achanta.

Raghu Vamsi Group has developed systems for autonomous material transportation up to 5 tonnes as well as aviation pushback for towing and pulling aircraft. This demonstrates their commitment to offering sophisticated technology and solutions to consumers not just in India but throughout the world.

Mr. Vamsi Vikas, Managing Director of Raghu Vamsi, expressed his excitement at the inauguration, saying, “At Raghu Vamsi, we have an unwavering commitment to deliver innovative technological solutions to our valued customers.” It is a great time for us to be one of the few Indian firms with in-house competence in all key manufacturing domains, allowing us to produce cutting-edge products in disciplines such as Missile Systems, Electro-Optics, Jet Engines, Loitering Munitions, Drones, and more.”

Over the following two years, ARROBOT hopes to provide highly skilled work possibilities for the country’s young. This not only helps the economy, but it also keeps India at the forefront of technical breakthroughs. Raghu Vamsi Group’s latest startup facility, “ARROBOT,” is moving India to the forefront of robotics and industrial automation. This initiative also represents a key step towards realising the Government of India’s “Atmanirbhar Bharat” goal and consolidating India’s position as a leading participant in the global automation sector.

Raghu Vamsi is a renowned Aerospace and Defence firm in Hyderabad, producing components and sub-assemblies for top aerospace OEMs such as Boeing, GE Aviation, Rolls Royce, Honeywell, Collins Aerospace, Safran, Eaton, and others.

The firm also manufactures crucial subsystems for DRDO and ISRO’s missiles and rockets. It is one of just a few Indian enterprises with world-class manufacturing capabilities in CNC Machining, Sheet Metal, Gears, Composites, Fasteners, Electronics, and Electro-Optics. It has five production facilities in Hyderabad, four of which are located at Hardware Park, near the airport. It employs over 500 people and has recently received Best Supplier Awards from Honeywell and Collins Aerospace.