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Rheinmetall robotic vehicle joins Dutch Army experimentation program

The Rheinmetall-developed Mission Master unmanned ground vehicle is joining a Dutch Army experimentation program focusing on future maneuver elements.

The US Army will soon have unmanned vehicles recharging drone swarms

Unmanned air vehicle swarms will soon be able to descend on unmanned ground vehicles to autonomously recharge, thanks to US Army-funded research...

Cyborg Dynamics unveils Australian-developed unmanned ground vehicle

Australian companies Cyborg Dynamics Engineering and BIA5 Pty Ltd have unveiled a new unmanned ground vehicle after twelve months of detailed design...

EU commission awards €30.6m for development of common unmanned ground system

The European commission’s European defense industrial development program (EDIDP) has awarded a 30,6 million euro contract for the development of a standardized...

FLIR Systems gets $23.5m for Centaur UGV deliveries to US Army,...

Oregon-based FLIR Systems has received two contracts worth up to $23.5 million for the delivery of its Centaur unmanned ground vehicles to...

General Dynamics to deliver unmanned ground vehicles to British Army

General Dynamics Land Systems–UK has become the latest company to announce the delivery of unmanned ground vehicles to the British Army.

Rheinmetall’s Mission Master joins UK’s unmanned ground vehicle testing campaign

The UK defense ministry has awarded Rheinmetall a contract for the delivery of four Mission Master robotic vehicles to be tested as...

After US Air Force, FLIR Systems lands Marine Corps deal for...

Centaur is a medium-sized UGV that provides a standoff capability to detect, confirm, identify, and dispose of hazards.
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IrvinGQ introduces airdrop platform for unmanned ground vehicles

Parachute and aerial delivery equipment specialist IrvinGQ has unveiled its design for an airdrop system that would allow forces to quickly deploy...

UK awards further contracts for unmanned ground vehicle testing campaign

The two contracts, collectively worth around £5 million (approx. $6.1 million), are part of project Theseus.

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