10 Ground Robots in Development and Testing for Military Applications

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U.S. Army develops resilient teaming

​Researchers have developed a way for robot communications to be resilient when dealing with intermittent communications interruptions. Researchers at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM), the Army Research Laboratory, and the Computer Science Department at the University of Nebraska, Omaha, developed the “α-shape” technique. It involves tasks being shared among team members and a bounded area so that Clearpath Robotics Jackal robots could continue operating without having to be in constant communication.

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1. U.S. Army develops resilient teaming

2. 'Biohybrid' legged robots to use organic muscles

3. FLIR receives orders for Centaur ground robots

4. Rheinmetall provides defense systems to the U.K., Hungary

5. Light RCVs from QinetiQ in live-fire trials

6. Milrem THeMIS supports Estonian troops in test

7. IDF Jaguars integrate COMBATT 6T batteries

8. Russia assigns Uran-9 combat vehicles to first military unit

9. French army tests Boston Dynamics' Spot robot

10. U.S. Air Force to test Ghost Robotics quadruped

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