Army developing common software to control ground robots

By Ethan Sterenfeld / June 15, 2021 at 12:57 PM
The Army is developing a common robotic controller software that should make it easier for soldiers to operate a bevy of robots on the future battlefield, according to officials from the Ground Vehicle Systems Center. Rather than create a universal physical controller for the Army's robots, the Army decided to build the Warfighter Machine Interface, a common "software backbone" for robotic control, Kevin Mills, associate director for ground vehicle robotics at the GVSC, told Inside Defense in a June...

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