Our Cutlass vehicle is now setting new standards in the unmanned ground vehicle market and significantly enhancing the ability of users to handle hazardous threats safely," said Greg Roberts, managing director of defence and security.
What does UGV stand for?
UGV stands for Unmanned Ground Vehicle
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We have 8 other meanings of UGV in our Acronym Attic
- Uganda Golf Union (Kampala, Uganda)
- Umbilical Glucose Uptake
- University Graduates Union (Palestine)
- Unix Guru Universe
- User Group University (computer technology)
- University of Guelph (Canada)
- Uniwersalny Gabinet Usprawniania Leczniczego (Polish: Universal Cabinet of Improving Characteristics)
- Ugandan Variant (virus)
- UMMOA (United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago) Grammar and Vocabulary
- Unattended Ground Vehicle
- User-Generated Video (digital video hosting)
- Usinage Grande Vitesse (French: High-Speed Machining; mechanics)
- Utrechtse Geologen Vereniging (Dutch: Utrecht Geological Student Society; Utrecht University)
- Unmanned Guided Vehicle Battle Labs Warfighter Experiment
- Unified Global Virtual Credits (Internet payment; Singapore)
- Unmanned Ground Vehicle Communications Technology
- Unmanned Ground Vehicle Rapid Obscuration Platform
- Ultimate Goal Weight (dieting)
- Um Gottes Willen (German: For God's Will; religious organization)
- UMTRA (Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action) Ground Water (US Department of Energy)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Within 10-15 years of time we will see robot soldiers and unmanned ground vehicles in the armies," said Korkmaz, who was also congratulated by Turkish President Abdullah Gul on his competition success, receiving interest from Pentagon officials.
GSPEL also will provide facilities to simulate a wide variety of environmental conditions--extreme temperatures, humidity, and solar conditions--in which to test manned and unmanned ground vehicles.
An Unmanned Ground Vehicle Thrust area two, the CBRN Unmanned Ground Vehicle CCUGV), focused on the integration of existing chemical and radiological detectors onto an existing robotic platform to evaluate a new capability of conducting dismounted reconnaissance in confined spaces.
The Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center and Oshkosh Defense have signed a 3-year, cooperative research and development agreement to pursue unmanned ground vehicle technology for use in convoy operations.
The FCS unmanned ground vehicle program is the largest effort of its kind in the Defense Department, says Jeff Jaczkowski, deputy associate director for intelligent ground systems at the Army Tank Automotive and Armaments Research, Development and Engineering Center.