Army to organize ground robotics portfolio, speed up prototyping

March 30, 2018 at 7:38 PM
HUNTSVILLE, AL -- The Army is establishing three programs of record to sort its inventory of more than 4,000 non-standard robots and seeks to develop a common controller across the entire fleet. The service aims to remove 2,000 of those robots from the inventory before the programs of record are fully online. Ross Guckert, acting program executive officer for Combat Support and Combat Service Support, told Inside the Army March 27 the robots will be sorted by weight class: Common...

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