Army and DIU award prototyping contract to Kodiak, Applied Intuition for robotic combat vehicle software

By Dan Schere / December 7, 2022 at 5:00 AM
The Army and the Defense Innovation Unit have awarded a two-year, $49 million contract to Kodiak Robotics and Applied Intuition to prototype software for the service's Robotic Combat Vehicle program, the departments announced on Tuesday. The vehicles will be used for reconnaissance, surveillance and other high-risk missions, and will be able to operate in “complex terrain, diverse operational conditions and GPS-challenged environments,” according to a press release from Kodiak. The software consists of multiple sensors that will fuse data and...

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