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Increment 1 forms the backbone of the first capability package, consisting of the Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle, Class 1 Block 0 Unmanned Air Vehicle, Tactical and Urban Unattended Ground Sensors, and the Network Integration Kit, which receives and passes sensor data from the unmanned systems to the Soldier and provides a common operating picture of the battlefield.
NASDAQ: IRBT today announced that they have received a new task order to an existing contract to provide Small Unmanned Ground Vehicles (SUGV) to the U.
The FCS technologies to be fielded to IBCTs, in spin outs, include the first stage of network improvements (which establish the foundation for FCS), remotely emplaced sensors, small unmanned ground vehicles and precision indirect-fire systems.
2 XM1216 Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle (SUGV) 4-404.
Te original equipment manufacturer refers to it as the Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle 310; but the official name of this lightweight, transportable robot is the Mini-EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal).
For example, a small unmanned ground vehicle (SUGV) with electro-optics/infrared (EO/IR) sensors would cost about $20,000 and the cost of explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) machinery can go up to $300,000.
These enhanced capabilities include the Joint tactical radio system, the warfighter information network (tactical), the ground soldier system, urban and tactical unattended ground sensors, non-line-of-sight launch system, the Class I unmanned aerial vehicle, small unmanned ground vehicles and improved battle command-all of which will be delivered to the force beginning in FY 2011.
The events also included in-the-field demonstrations of the Stryker Leader-Follower, the Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle, and the Manned Ground Vehicle Chassis Test-bed.