Industry cohort submits concepts for autonomous artillery resupply

By Ashley Tressel / April 2, 2020 at 2:29 PM
A cohort of six companies has virtually submitted its "capability concepts" on how to automate artillery weapon supply chain systems, the service announced today. The Field Artillery Autonomous Resupply Cohort program started in January, supporting the Long Range Precision Fires Cross-Functional Team. Participating companies were Pratt & Miller, Apptronik, Actuate, CR Tactical, Neya Systems, and Hivemapper. The service's Extended Range Cannon Artillery program, planned for fielding in fiscal year 2023, prompted the program as the Army anticipates a firing rate...

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