The Most Survivable Vehicle On The Battlefield

Whether operating on Main Supply Routes (MSRs), city streets, or rocky trails, the Husky’s radar and sensor systems are the world’s best for countermine and non-conventional explosive detection. CSI also provides blast survivable and mission configurable vehicle platforms that have been extensively deployed throughout both Iraq and Afghanistan. These counter-IED sensor systems and platforms have been recognized as world leaders in design, development, and integration. Detection by detonation is not an option. All vehicles are provided in collaboration with DCD Protected Mobility (, CSI’s trusted vehicle manufacturing partner.

  • 2 Operators
  • 1 Operator
  • GPR
  • Vehicle Accessories





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The need for longer missions and advanced detection systems prompted the development of the two-operator Husky 2G. The Husky 2G was designed with the same protection, survivability, and mobility characteristics as the original Husky MKIII VMMD. The innovative vehicle design of the Husky 2G was recognized as one of the U.S. Army’s Top Ten Inventions of 2011.

  •  As the threats facing the warfighter have evolved, so has our equipment. Husky vehicles are no longer fitted with only a metal detection system but also sophisticated high sensitivity detectors, ground penetrating radar, and video surveillance equipment. These technological upgrades have also created the need for a second operator. The addition of a second operator allows the driver to focus on vehicle control, while the commander monitors and analyzes the sensor systems and surrounding environment.


  • Blast Protected V-shaped Hull
  • Frangible Design
  • Overpass Capable
  • Automatic Fire Suppression System


  • Rapid Field Repair
  • Replaceable Front & Rear Modules
  • ISO Transportable and Storable


  • Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
  •  Pulse Induction Metal Detector
  • Robotic Arm
  • Remote Weapon Station
  • Appliqué Armor





With over 500 vehicles deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan, the Husky has re-defined route clearance in order to defeat the number one threat to civilians and coalition forces – the IED.

  • The Husky MK III VMMD is a single occupant mine-resistant landmine and IED detection vehicle. Combat proven around the world since the early 1980’s, the Husky is a unique landmine and IED detection vehicle that is blast survivable, overpass capable, and field repairable. The Husky facilitates fast and efficient route clearance by creating safe passage for military convoys and civilian vehicle in both urban and rural settings.
  •  Blast Survivable – Husky’s in service worldwide have been collectively subjected to more than 6,500 landmines and IED strikes with minimal operator casualties. The ability to successfully execute dangerous route-clearing missions and return to base safely has generated the hard earned loyalty and confidence of countless Husky operators.
  •  Operator Survivability- The Husky’s V-shaped hull and its ability to shed secondary components in a predictable fashion shield the driver from the worst impact of an IED blast.
  • Overpass Capable & Field Repairable – Unlike other combat vehicles, the Husky possesses the unique ability to pass over pressure fused anti-vehicle landmines without causing detonation.
  • Vehicle components have been engineered in a unique modular configuration so that in the event of an IED detonation, they will break apart in a predictable fashion.
  • The flexibility of Husky’s modular configuration facilitates fast in-field repairs, decreasing vehicle downtime and increasing system durability.


3D Radar



CSI, in partnership with NIITEK, offers 3D-Radar. This capability provides reliable automatic detection of threats across the spectrum of operational depths. Originally developed in response to an urgent requirement from the United States Army, 3D-Radar leverages rugged commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS, Non-ITAR restricted) technology components – including the radar itself – as key building blocks of a modular, integrated system. This approach has allowed for continual evolution and improvement at the rate of technological advance in the commercial marketplace. Coupled with the hardware, custom software provides automatic target detection (ATD) cues and affords the operator the ability to visualize and interrogate 3-dimensional data in real time.




The combat proven combination of the Husky vehicle with NIITEK’s VISOR™ 2500 Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) forms the US Army’s HMDS and provides unprecedented performance in the automatic detection, recognition, and precision marking of buried explosive hazards. Based on proven breakthrough GPR technology, HMDS combines advanced real-time ATR algorithms, optional integrated metallic and nonmetallic threat detection, automatic precision marking, and user-friendly software all in a ruggedized, supportable, and affordable package.


  • Breakthrough probability of detection and false alarm rate performance
  • Automated sensor height control
  • Intuitive controls/touch screen display
  • 3-D subsurface visualization
  • Readily adaptable to other vehicles


  • High confidence countermine operations
  • Maximized protection of operators
  • Optimized performance on uneven terrain
  • Rapid proficiency / ease of use
  • Visualization of buried threats