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Marine Corps logisticians eye MUX for Office of Naval Research sensor suite

October 17, 2017 |
Justin Katz
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Marine Corps logisticians are advocating for a $98 million autonomy solution nearing its final demonstrations to be incorporated into the Marine Air-Ground Task Force Unmanned Aircraft Expeditionary (MUX) program, according to a service official. The Autonomous Aerial Cargo Utility System, developed by the Office of Naval Research and Aurora Flight Sciences, which Boeing acquired Oct. 5, is a "platform agnostic" sensor suite started in fiscal year 2012, according to Carmine Borrelli, Marine Corps director of unmanned logistics systems. It will...

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