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TARDEC S&T investments focus on autonomy

April 11, 2018 |
Ashley Tressel
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One of the Army's top research centers through its science and technology investments is building a foundation for manned/unmanned teaming, or MUM-T, a desired capability for several future robotic systems. Kevin Mills, Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center associate director, told industry leaders April 10 that current S&T programs include autonomous ground resupply, expedient Leader Follower, future MUM-T formations, combat vehicle robotics and small robotics for urban and subterranean terrain. Mills detailed the investment areas at the National Defense...

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