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Crusher Autonomous Vehicle

Crusher is a six-wheeled 6.5 ton autonomous vehicle combining high off-road mobility and autonomous mission handling capabilities. The vehicle is developed by the National...

FINDER – Autonomous, Expendable UAV / SAIC

Finder is a low cost, (retrievable or, optionally, expendable) autonomously navigated UAV developed under a Defense Threat Reduction Agency and Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)...

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...

U.K. Launch Project Taranis, UCAV Technology Demonstrator

U.K. Defence Minister Lord Drayson has awarded a £124millon contract to BAE Systems to develop a new Unmanned Combat Aerial vehicle (UCAV) technology...

Autonomous Airborne Refueling Demonstration (AARD)

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), in a joint effort with NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, performed the first-ever autonomous probe-and-drogue airborne refueling...

Robotics and Autonomous Systems

Start < Page 3 of 4 > Budget constraints dictate a pragmatic approach as far as autonomous combat robots are concerned. It considered the contributions of such...

FoxBot Small Unmanned, Autonomous Ground Vehicle

  Developed by Rheinmetall Defense, Foxbot is a small radio-controlled robot featuring semi-autonomous capabilities, supporting surveillance and recce missions. The robot is fitted with EO and acoustical...

TAG M65 / 80 Rotary Powered UAV

TAG has developed several types of autonomous unmanned rotorcrafts, optimized for tactical reconnaissance and surveillance missions. M65 is a miniature rotorcraft currently under production...

ATMOS 2025 Autonomous, Self Propelled 155mm Gun

ATMOS is a light weight, truck mounted, self propelled 155mm artillery system. The externally mounted gun accommodate various calibers including 39, 45, 52 cal....

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