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17 July 2002 Army ground robotics research program
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The U.S. Army has committed to a paradigm shift in the way future ground military operations will be conducted. It envisions highly mobile, lethal, and survivable forces that seamlessly combine manned and unmanned elements. To support this vision, the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, together with an alliance of government, industrial and academic organizations, has embarked upon a concerted research program focusing upon development of the technologies required for autonomous ground mobility by unmanned systems. This paper will discuss technical activities of the past year and research directions for the future.
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Jonathan A. Bornstein "Army ground robotics research program", Proc. SPIE 4715, Unmanned Ground Vehicle Technology IV, (17 July 2002);


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