Lockheed Touts Unmanned Air, Ground Vehicle Teaming Test

By Justin Doubleday / August 18, 2014 at 8:01 PM
Lockheed Martin is touting its simulation of a fully autonomous mission using an unmanned helicopter and unmanned ground vehicle. During the Aug. 7 test at Ft. Benning, GA, a K-MAX helicopter successfully delivered a Squad Mission Support System (SMSS) -- a wheeled unmanned vehicle -- by sling load to complete a resupply mission scenario for soldiers defending a village, according to a Lockheed statement. After traveling to the soldiers and completing the resupply mission, the SMSS moved to a vantage...

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