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Mechanical ‘Hand’ Helps Soldiers Handle Heavy Weapons
Engineers are working diligently to reduce the weight Marines and soldiers carry in action, but engineers at the U.S. Army Research lab took a different approach - adding limbs to improve soldier lethality. Called the 'Third Arm', the device helps to reduce the weapon's weight off of the Soldiers' arms and better distribute it through the skeleton. Called the 'Third Arm', the 1.8 kg device helps to reduce the weapon's weight off of the Soldiers' arms and better distribute it through the skeleton.
Army Hoverbikes To Enhance Tactical Mobility in 3D
The U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) has been exploring the tactical reconnaissance vehicle (TRV) concept for nearly nine months and is evaluating the hoverbike technology as a way to get Soldiers away from ground threats by giving them a 3-D mobility capability. The Army considers this disruptive technology for its potential to increase Soldier protection at the squad level and below.
ARL: Bringing nano robots to reality
A team of scientists in academia, research groups and industry are working with the US Army Research Lab to create nano-robots that promis to shape the battlefield for future warfighting
Aerovironment, Textron Systems, IAT to Deliver Lethal Mini-Drone Prototypes in Four...
The U.S. Air Force Rapid Acquisition Cell launched a urgent procurement program for lethal mini-drones, aiming to field such weapons with Special Operations command...
ARMY, USMC Set the JLTV in Motion
The U.S.Army was designated as the lead service of the Joint Army/Marine Corps program. On February 5, 2008 the Army released the Request for...
Tactical Autonomous Chassis (TAC-C) from General Dynamics Robotics Systems
As result of teamwork between the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) and General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS), TAC-C has been developed to explore new...