Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicles Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010 to 2016

Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicles Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010 to 2016

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Published On : September  2010
Pages : 474



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WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on large and mid size unmanned ground vehicles. The 2010 study has 474 pages, 175 tables and figures. Operational success of military unmanned ground vehicles is paving the way for wider adoption of UGV. Unmanned Ground vehicles (UGV) are assuming logistical support and reconnaissance roles. They have become mobile battery recharging stations.

Large unmanned vehicles represent an exciting breakthrough in military efficiency. Vehicles are positioned to support logistics missions, recharge batteries, carry soldier backpacks, and defuse bombs. They can provide a platform for launching laser defensive weapons. Vehicles are positioned to patrol and secure positions. They are very useful for border patrols. The shutdown of the U.S. future combat systems (FCS) program has deterred development of the large vehicles.

The companies with existing large and mid size unmanned ground vehicles already developed have achieved enormous strategic advantage because those existing product vehicles are the only ones that will be considered for installation going forward. As all development dollars have been eliminated in the short term, existing products will be funded as the military gets renewed interest in them. Both military and commercial opportunities will evolve from the automated process.9
The shutdown of the UGV programs is in no way an indicator of any lack of value of the large unmanned vehicles. It merely represents a transition to different funding scenarios and different product iterations. What is most likely is that the unmanned ground vehicles (UGV) will be funded in the near term as a way to automate the army and reduce the number of people needed to create a credible ground force in any warlike encounter.

To position the UGVs as an effective extension of US presence in terrorist situations is realistic and appropriate. This will result in investment in automated process for vehicles that is appropriate and efficient.

According to Susan Eustis, President of WinterGreen Research, “there is no question that the large and mid size unmanned ground vehicles (UGV) will be funded again, the only question is what will be the rationale for the funding.”

If the US military industrial complex seeks to create unrealistic scenarios like contemplating a war with China or some other unlikely event, the funding will be fraught with difficulty, and the stages of development will likely be in fits and starts. If, on the other hand, they position vehicles as transport automation, the process will be smoother.

In situations in Mexico where even one drug dealer cartel has more money than most countries, enough money to fund the US healthcare systems for 10 years, the UGVs are positioned to be of significant help in corralling criminals. This is more of a military operation than a police operation because of the level of resource that needs to be applied to take a stand against the bad guys.

The emergence of a market for intelligent, mobile vehicles for use in the field and the confined areas of city fighting presents many opportunities. Units used in public spaces and on the border create a better, more flexible, more cost efficient first responder and homeland security.

As illustrated in the chart, the development phase lasts through 2014. At that time, units become commercially feasible, initially for the military, then later on for commercial markets. These create enormous benefit for the economy, creating demand for new infrastructure and evolving new uses. Markets at $637 million in 2009, sink to $364 million in 2011 as development funds are cut, and grow again to reach $2.9 billion by 2016 as companies leverage existing technology to field military unmanned ground vehicles.

LARGE AND MID SIZE UNMANNED GROUND EXECUTIVE SUMMARY



Large And Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV)

Market Driving Forces

Large And Mid Size Unmanned Ground

Vehicles (UGV) Set to Be Funded Again

Operational Success Of Military Robots Is Paving The Way

Large Unmanned Vehicles Represent An Exciting

Breakthrough In Military Efficiency

Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) for EOD & Counter-IED

Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicle Market Shares

Elbit Systems G-NIUS Next-Generation UGV

Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicle Market Forecasts



1. LARGE AND MID SIZE UNMANNED GROUND VEHICLES (UGV) MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS

1.1 Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) Platforms

1.1.1 Tele-operated Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV)

1.1.2 Autonomous UGV

1.1.3 U.S. Dominance Of The Global Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Market

1.2 Robotic Systems Joint Project Office (RSJPO)

1.2.1 Next Generation Unmanned Ground Vehicles

1.2.2 UGV Balance Between Mobility, Protection And Payload

1.2.3 RDECOM Conducted A Thorough Evaluation Of Several Key Army Technology Objective Programs

1.3 Unmanned Ground Vehicles Military Programs

1.3.1 Autonomous Unmanned Vehicles Driving from Italy to China to Improve Driver Assistance Technology

1.3.2 European Research Council UGV Initiatives



2. LARGE AND MID SIZE UNMANNED GROUND

3. MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS

2.1 Large And Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Market Driving Forces

2.1.1 Large And Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Set to BeFunded Again

2.1.2 Operational Success Of Military Robots Is Paving The Way

2.1.3 Large Unmanned Vehicles Represent An Exciting Breakthrough In Military Efficiency

2.1.4 Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) for EOD & Counter-IED

2.2 Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicle Market Shares

2.2.1 Lockheed Martin UGV Activities

2.2.2 U.S. Army Mule

2.2.3 Lockheed Martin Mule

2.2.4 Textron / Millenworks UGCV - Unmanned Ground Combat Vehicle

2.2.5 General Dynamics MDARS

2.2.6 General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS)

2.2.7 Allen Vanguard

2.2.8 BAE Systems

2.2.9 BAE Systems Large UGV

2.2.10 Omnitech's Standardized Teleoperation System (STS),

2.2.11 MRI Small-Heavy (2,501-20,000 pounds) Armored Combat Engineer Robot (ACER) Unmanned Ground Vehicle

2.2.12 Elbit Systems G-NIUS Next-Generation UGV

2.3 Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicle Market Forecasts

2.3.1 Large Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Market Forecasts

2.3.2 Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Market Forecasts

2.3.3 Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Market Forecasts

2.4 Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Regional Market Segment

2.4.1 Globalization of Arms Trade

2.4.2 Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) US Market

2.4.3 Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) European Market

2.4.4 Turkish Unmanned Vehicle

2.4.5 Selected Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicles By Country



3. LARGE AND MID SIZE UNMANNED VEHICLE UGV PRODUCT AND NETWORKING DESCRIPTION

3.1 Mid Size and Heavy UGV Armed Recon Vehicle

3.1.1 Army Testing Rugged, Autonomous Robot Vehicle

3.1.2 Robotic Systems Joint Project Office (RSJPO) Vehicle Designations

3.1.3 US Robotic Systems Joint Project Office (RSJPO) FCS - Alpha

3.1.4 Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Bravo

3.2 Unmanned Ground Vehicle Maneuver-Alpha

3.3 COUGAR

3.4 Unmanned Ground Vehicle Sustainment-Alpha

3.5 Unmanned Ground Vehicle Sustainment-Charlie

3.5.1 DARPA Crusher

3.5.2 Crusher Specs:

3.5.3 Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Crusher

3.5.4 Carnegie Mellon University National Robotics Engineering Center UPI Merges Crusher Functions

3.5.5 Crusher Carnegie Mellon NREC U.S. Army

Tank-Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC)

3.6 MULE (Multifunction Utility/Logistics and Equipment)

3.6.1 Mule Eurosatory 2010: Examined for C-IED Role

3.6.2 Lockheed Martin Mule

3.6.3 Lockheed Martin Multifunction Utility

3.6.4 Lockheed Martin Multifunction Utility/Logistics and Equipment Vehicle (MULE)

3.6.5 Lockheed Martin, MillenWorks, and BAE Systems Mule

3.6.6 Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control, with MillenWorks Gladiator TUGV - Tactical Unmanned Ground Vehicle

3.6.7 Lockheed Martin MillenWorks Gladiator Rock Climbing

3.6.8 Lockheed Martin Gladiator TUGV - Tactical Unmanned Ground Vehicle

3.7 Textron / Millenworks UGCV - Unmanned Ground Combat Vehicle

3.7.1 Millenworks UGCV - Unmanned Ground Combat Vehicle

General Dynamics Tactical Autonomous Robotics

3.7.2 General Dynamics Next-Generation CROWS II Increases Soldiers Safety

3.7.3 General Dynamics MDARS

3.7.4 General Dynamics Mobile Detection Assessment and Response System (MDARS)

3.7.5 General Dynamics Near Autonomous Vehicles

3.7.6 General Dynamics  CAT - Crew-Integration and Automation Testbed

3.8 BAE Systems Large UGV

3.8.1 BAE All-Terrain Vehicle

3.8.2 BAE Systems’ MOATV

3.8.3 BAE ARV Armed Robotic Technologies Advanced Technological Objective (ART-ATO)

3.8.4 BAE ARV Armed Robotic Unmanned Vehicle Technologies

3.8.5 BAE FCS Armed Robotic Vehicles

3.8.6 BAE Black Knight Unmanned Vehicle

3.8.7 BAE GSTAMIDS Unmanned Vehicles

3.8.8 BAE Systems Unmanned Vehicle Best-Of-Industry Technologies For Mine Detection And Neutralization

3.8.9 BAE Lemur

3.8.10 BAE Near Autonomous Unmanned Systems (NAUS) - Advanced Technology Objective (NAUS-ATO)

3.8.11 BAE Systems Develops New Autonomous Mule

3.9 QinetiQ / Foster Miller TAGS-CX Unmanned Vehicle

3.9.1 QinetiQ TAGS-CX Unmanned Vehicle

3.9.2 QinetiQ Combat Engineer Route Clearance Robot

3.10 Allen Vanguard

3.11 MRI Mesa Robotics, Inc RCSS - Robotic Combat Support System

3.12 SESI RC20

3.13 Redcar Jaus Compatible Scout UGV Built By AFRL

3.14 Yamaha SARGE Unmanned Vehicle

3.15 All-Purpose Remote Transport System (ARTS)

3.15.1 AFRL Integrated UAV Technologies

3.16 Applied Research Associates Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs)

3.16.1 ARA MRCS-Equipped Platforms and Upgrades

3.16.2 ARA Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs)

3.17 John Deere Gator XUV 825i

3.17.1 John Deere Stand-Alone Autonomous Vehicle

3.17.2 John Deere Launches High-Performance Gator™ XUVs

3.18 Magnetic UXO Recovery System (MURS)

3.19 Omnitech Panther II - M1

3.19.1 Omnitech Robotics International Standardized Robotic System (Srs)

3.19.2 Omnitech M60 Panther

3.19.3 Omnitech M1 Abrams Panther II

3.20 QinetiQ / Foster-Miller

3.21 Frontline TUGV

3.22 Sandia Intelligent Systems and Robotics Center (ISRC)

3.22.1 Sandia Rugged Mobile Robotic System for Surveillance and Reconnaissance

3.23 G-NIUS, Elbit Systems and IAI JV,

3.23.1 G-NIUS, Elbit Systems and IAI JV, to develop Next-Generation UGV for the Israeli Defense Forces

3.23.2 Elbit Systems G-NIUS' Avantguard Unmanned Ground Combat Vehicle Delivered To IDF



4. UNMANNED GROUND VEHICLE UGV TECHNOLOGY

4.1.1 G-NIUS Unmanned Vehicle Core Technologies

4.2 Funding Levels Of The U.S. Department Of Defense (DOD) and NASA

4.2.1 Funding U.S. Department Of Defense (DOD) Shifts to Department of State

4.3 UGV Systems Extend The Life Of And Improve Capability Of Existing Platforms

4.3.1 AETF to receive enhanced SUGVs

4.4 Mobile Solutions For Homeland Security And Commercial Security

4.5 BAE Unmanned Vehicle Thermography

4.5.1 BAE Thermography

4.6 High-Strength Composite Materials For Aircraft Structures

4.6.1 --Request for Information: Interoperability Standards for Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs)

4.7 Omnitech Robotics Base Radio Unit

4.7.1 Omnitech Robotics Base Antenna

4.7.2 Omnitech Robotics Safety Radio Transmitter

4.7.3 Omnitech Robotics Color Video Cameras UGV Components

4.7.4 Omnitech Robotics High Integration Actuators



5. UNMANNED GROUND VEHICLE UGV COMPANY PROFILES

5.1 AB Precision (Poole) Ltd

5.2 Applied Research Associates, Inc.

5.3 ARA

5.3.1 ARA Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs)

5.4 ATK

5.4.1 ATK Armament Systems

5.4.2 ATK Revenue 2010

5.5 BAE Systems

5.5.1 BAE Systems Ant Size Robot

5.5.2 BAE Personal Robots

5.5.3 BAE Systems Large UGV

5.6 Boeing

5.6.1 Boeing 787 Dreamliner

5.6.2 Boeing 787 Dreamliner Performance

5.6.3 Boeing Advanced Technology

5.6.4 Boeing Participation In Commercial Jet Aircraft Market

5.6.5 Boeing Participation In Defense Industry Jet Aircraft Market

5.6.6 Boeing Defense, Space & Security

5.6.7 Boeing Continuing Progress

5.6.8 Boeing-iRobot Team Receives New SUGV Task Order From US Army

5.7 Caterpillar

5.7.1 Caterpillar Revenue

5.8 Concurrent Technologies Corporation Awarded $46 Million For Ground Robotics Technology

5.9 DOK-ING

5.10 Elbit Systems Ltd.,

5.10.1 Elbit Systems of America

5.11 Frontline Robotics

5.12 G-NIUS Unmanned Ground Systems Ltd

5.13 General Dynamics / AxleTech International

5.13.1 General Dynamics

5.13.2 General Dynamics Broad Portfolio Of Products And Services In Business Aviation; Combat Vehicles, Weapons Systems And Munitions

5.13.3 General Dynamics Combat Autonomous Mobility System (CAMS)

5.13.4 General Dynamics $60 Million Contract by U.S. Air Force for Mission Operations Support

5.13.5 General Dynamics Revenue

5.13.6 General Dynamics Business Group Revenue

5.13.7 General Dynamics Combat Systems Awards

5.13.8 General Dynamics Land Systems $24 Million Contract To Supply Commanders Remote Operated Weapons

5.13.9 General Dynamics Canadian Government’s LAV III Upgrade Program

5.13.10 General Dynamics U.S. Military Vehicle Business

5.13.11 General Dynamics GDRS Profile

5.13.12 General Dynamics’ Combat Systems group

5.13.13 General Dynamics and Elbit Systems of America Form Joint Venture to Provide Tactical UAVs to U.S. Market

5.14 John Deere

5.14.1 John Deere Agriculture & Turf Equipment

5.14.2 John Deere Worldwide Construction & Forestry Division

5.15 InRob Tech

5.15.1 InRob Tech Revenue

5.16 iRobot

5.16.1 iRobot Develops Robotics And Artificial Intelligence Technologies

5.16.2 iRobot Strategy

5.16.3 iRobot Home Floor Cleaning Robots

5.16.4 iRobot Scooba Major Consumer Product Line

5.16.5 iRobot Pool Cleaning Robots

5.16.6 iRobot Gutter Cleaning Robot

5.16.7 iRobot Programmable Robot

5.16.8 iRobot Home Robots

5.16.9 iRobot Government and Industrial Robots

5.16.10 iRobot Locations

5.16.11 iRobot Military Programs iRobot Revenue

5.16.12 iRobot Geographic Information

5.16.13 iRobot Significant Customers

5.16.14 iRobot Description

5.16.15 iRobot Industry Segment, Geographic Information and Significant Customers

5.16.16 iRobot Home Robots

5.16.17 iRobot Government and Industrial

5.16.18 iRobot Geographic Information

5.16.19 iRobot Home Robot Division Revenue And Units Shipped

5.16.20 iRobot Government And Industrial Division

5.16.21 iRobot Strategy

5.16.22 iRobot Government and Industrial Products

5.16.23 iRobot Home Robots

5.16.24 iRobot Government & Industrial Robots

5.16.25 iRobot Partners and Strategic Alliance

5.16.26 iRobot / Boeing Company

5.16.27 iRobot / Advanced Scientific Concepts

5.16.28 iRobot / TASER International

5.17 Mesa Robotics, Inc.MRI

5.17.1 MRI Mesa Robotics Group

5.17.2 MRI's Facility

5.18 Lockheed Martin

5.18.1 Lockheed Martin Defense Department Positioning

5.18.2 US Navy awards Lockheed Martin contract to Pioneer Technology To Efficiently Manage Groups Of Unmanned Vehicles

5.19 Northrop Grumman

5.19.1 Northrop Grumman Remotec Robots

5.19.2 Northrop Grumman Opens New Facilities for

Design and Manufacture of Unmanned Ground Vehicles in Coventry

5.20 Omnitech Robotics

5.21 Oshkosh

5.21.1 Oshkosh Defense Signs Agreement With U.S. Army To Further Develop Unmanned Ground Vehicle Technology

5.22 Oto Melara SpA

5.22.1 Oto Melara SpA Land Automatic Surveillance Capabilities

5.23 Qinetiq / Foster-Miller

5.23.1 QinetiQ UK MOD and the US DoD Provide Target Markets

5.23.2 Qintiq / Foster Miller Australia confirms A$22.015 illion Talon buy

5.23.3 QinetiQ Revenue 2005-2009

5.23.4 QinetiQ North America

5.23.5 QinetiQ Revenue

5.23.6 QinetiQ UK

5.23.7 QinetiQ North America

5.23.8 QinetiQ Autonomy and Robotics

5.23.9 QinetiQ Group Revenues

5.23.10 QinetiQ Business Review Governance

5.23.11 QinetiQ Revenue By Customer

5.23.12 QinetiQ North America

5.24 QinetiQ North America / Foster-Miller

5.24.1 QinetiQ North America / Foster-Miller

5.24.2 QinetiQ Common Robotic Controller (CRC)

5.24.3 QinetiQ North America World-Class Technology

5.24.4 QinetiQ North America Technology Solutions Group

5.25 Robotic Technology Inc.

5.25.1 RTI Energetically Autonomous Tactical Robot (EATR) Project

5.25.2 RTI Intelligent Vehicle Technology Transfer (IVTT) Program

5.25.3 Robotic Technology Precision Urban Hopper

5.25.4 Robotic Technology Robot

5.26 RE2, Inc.

5.26.1 RE2, Inc. Awarded Funding to Develop a Conformal End-Effector

5.27 SESI

5.27.1 SESI Boeing Preferred Supplier Status

5.28 Stratom Warrior Tool and Payload Accessory Kit

5.29 Telerob

5.29.1 Telerob - EOD / IEDD Equipment, EOD Robots and Vehicles

5.29.2 TEODor Heavy Duty Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Robot

5.29.3 Telerob Telemax High-Mobility EOD Robot

5.29.4 Telerob EOD / IEDD service vehicles

5.29.5 Telerob’s Electrical Force-Reflecting-Manipulators (FRMs)

5.29.6 American Crane and Equipment Corp and Telerob Partnership

5.30 Textron

5.30.1 Textron Buys MillenWorks: Unmanned Vehicle Maker

5.30.2 Textron Marine & Land Systems

5.31 Versa / Allen-Vanguard

5.31.1 Allen Vanguard Trading Suspended on Stock

5.31.2 Allen Vanguard HAL® EOD/IEDD/Search Tasks Hook and Line System

5.31.3 Versa / Allen Vanguard Equinox I

5.31.4 Versa / Allen Vanguard Field Test Set

5.31.5 Allen-Vanguard Revenue

5.32 VIA Technologies

5.32.1 VIA Technologies Complete Platform Provider

5.32.2 VIA Technologies Market Leadership

5.32.3 VIA Technologies Global Operations

5.32.4 VIA Technologies Meeting the Market Challenge

5.32.5 VIA Technologies Dynamic Fabless Business Model



List of Tables



Table ES-1

Large And Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Uses

Table ES-1 (Continued)

Large And Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Uses

Table ES-1 (Continued)

Large And Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Uses

Table ES-2

Selected Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USV) Systems

Table ES-3

Large Unmanned Ground Vehicles Market Driving Forces

Table ES-4

Large Unmanned Ground Vehicles Missions

Table ES-5

Obstacles To Wide Scale Implementation Of Large Unmanned Vehicles

Table ES-6

Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Strengths

Figure ES-7

Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV)

Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2009

Figure ES-8

Elbit Systems G-NIUS Next-Generation UGV

Figure ES-9

Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV)

Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010-2016

Table 1-1

Autonomous UGV Characteristics

Table 1-2

Unmanned Ground Vehicles Autonomous Learning Functions

Table 1-3

Selected US Unmanned Ground Vehicles UGV Military

Departments Affecting Systems

Table 2-1

Large And Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Uses

Table 2-2

Selected Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USV) Systems

Table 2-3

Large Unmanned Ground Vehicles Market Driving Forces

Table 2-4

Large Unmanned Ground Vehicles Missions

Table 2-5

Obstacles To Wide Scale Implementation Of Large Unmanned Vehicles

Table 2-6

Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Strengths

Figure 2-7

Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV)

Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2009

Figure 2-8

Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV)

Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2009 and H1 2010

Table 2-9

BAE MOATV Autonomous Vehicle Functions

Table 2-10

BAE Lemur Applications

Figure 2-11

Elbit Systems G-NIUS Next-Generation UGV

Figure 2-12

Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV)

Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010-2016

Figure 2-13

Large Unmanned Ground Vehicle Forecasts, Dollars,

Worldwide, 2010-2016

Figure 2-14

Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicle Forecasts,

Dollars, Worldwide, 2010-2016

Table 2-15

Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground

Vehicles (UGV) Units and Dollars, Worldwide,

Market Forecasts, 2010-2016

Figure 2-16

Large and Mid Size Unmanned Vehicle (UGV)

Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2009

Figure 2-17

Large and Mid Size Unmanned Vehicle (UGV) Regional

Market Segments, Dollars, 2009

Table 2-18

Turkish Unmanned Remote Operation Of Homeland Security

Figure 2-19

Turkish Unmanned Vehicle

Figure 2-20

Turkish Unmanned Vehicle Moving

Table 2-21

Selected Large and Mid Size Unmanned Ground Vehicles By Country

Figure 3-1

A US Army Multifunctional Utility/Logistics and Equipment (MULE)

Figure 3-2

US Army’s Autonomous Platform

Figure 3-3

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Equipment Transport

Figure 3-4

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Truck Transport

Figure 3-5

Six Wheeled All Terrain Maneuverable Unmanned Vehicle FCS -

Figure 3-6

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Equipment Transport

Figure 3-7

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Equipment For Key

Terrain And Fire Over Watching

Figure 3-8

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Equipment Construction

Figure 3-9

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Plow Equipment

Figure 3-10

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Sleuth Equipment

Figure 3-11

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Climbing Equipment

Figure 3-12

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Close Quarters Combat Equipment

Figure 3-13

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Surveillance Convoy

Figure 3-14

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Tank Convoy

Figure 3-15

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Equipment Transport Convoy

Figure 3-16

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Camera Equipment

Transport and Visualization

Figure 3-17

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Remote Control

Equipment for Driving

Figure 3-18

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Communications Equipment Transport

Figure 3-19

Unmanned Vehicle FCS - Alpha Field Transport

Figure 3-20

US Department of Defense Carnegie Mellon DARPA Crusher

Table 3-21

Crusher Unmanned Ground Vehicle Features

Figure 3-22

Crusher Goes Over Vehicles

Table 3-23

Crusher Functions

Figure 3-24

Crusher Navigating Through Brush

Table 3-24a

Crusher Specs

Figure 3-25

Crusher 18-Foot, Telescoping Mast For Visibility

Figure 3-26

Lockheed Martin Multifunction Utility/Logistics and

Equipment Vehicle (MULE)

Table 3-27

Lockheed Martin MULE models: Armed Robotic

Vehicle - Assault (Light), Transport and Countermine

Table 3-28

Lockheed Martin Gladiator Robust, Compact, Tele-Operated/

Semi-Autonomous Ground Vehicle System Features

Figure 3-29

Lockheed Martin MillenWorks Gladiator Rock Climbing

Figure 3-30

Lockheed Martin Unmanned Vehicle

Figure 3-31

Lockheed Martin Gladiator Terrain

Figure 3-32

Gladiator TUGV - Tactical Unmanned Ground Vehicle

Figure 3-33

Textron Millenworks UGCV - Unmanned Ground Combat Vehicle

Figure 3-34

Textron Millenworks Unmanned Ground Combat Vehicle

Figure 3-35

Millenworks Unmanned Ground Combat Vehicle

Figure 3-36

Millenworks All Terrain Vehicle In Snow

Table 3-37

Millenworks All Terrain Vehicle Specifications

Figure 3-37

Next-Generation General Dynamics CROWS II

Figure 3-38

General Dynamics Mobile Detection Assessment and

Response System (MDARS) Vehicles

Figure 3-39

General Dynamics Mobile Detection Assessment and

Response System (MDARS)

Table 3-40

General Dynamics Mobile Detection Assessment and 3-

Response System (MDARS) Functions

Table 3-41

General Dynamics MDARS Sentry Features:

Figure 3-42

General Dynamics ART/ATO Vehicle

Table 3-43

BAE Systems’ MOATV Sophisticated Features

Table 3-44

BAE MOATV Autonomous Vehicle Functions

Figure 3-45

BAE ARV Armed Robotic Technologies Advanced

Technological Objective (ART-ATO)

Figure 3-46

BAE Automated Vehicles

Table 3-47

BAE ARV Vehicle Functions

Table 3-48

BAE ARV Unmanned Vehicle Features

Figure 3-49

Black Knight Unmanned Vehicle

Figure 3-50

BAE GSTAMIDS

Figure 3-51

BAE Lemur

Table 3-52

BAE Lemur Applications

Figure 3-53

QinetiQ / Foster Miller TAGS-CX Unmanned Vehicle

Table 3-54

QinetiQ Foster Miller TAGS-CX Unmanned Vehicle Payloads

Figure 3-55

QinetiQ Talon TAGS-CX Unmanned Vehicle

Figure 3-56

QinetiQ Talon Combat Engineer Route Clearance

Robot Unmanned Vehicle

Figure 3-57

QinetiQ Talon TAGS-CX Unmanned Vehicle

Figure 3-58

MRI Armored Combat Engineer Robot (ACER)

Small-Heavy 10,000 Pound Unmanned Vehicle

Figure 3-59

MRI Mesa Robotics Unmanned Vehicle with Tracks

Figure 3-60

MRI Mesa Robotics Unmanned Vehicle with Supplies

Figure 3-61

MRI Mesa Robotics, Inc.

Figure 3-62

MRI Mesa Robotics, Inc. Unmanned Vehicle

Figure 3-63

SESI RC20 Proven, Rugged Unmanned Ground Vehicle

Figure 3-64

Yamaha SARGE Unmanned Vehicle

Figure 3-65

All-Purpose Remote Transport System (ARTS)

Table 3-66

AFRL Integrated UAV Technologies

Table 3-67

Air Force Research Laboratory All-Purpose Remote

Transport System (ARTS) Functions

Figure 3-68

All-Purpose Remote Transport System (ARTS) Tool

Developed To Protect The Warfighter From Hazardous Situations

Figure 3-69

Applied Research Associates Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs)

Table 3-70

ARA Vehicle Control Unit (VCU) Hardware

Figure 3-71

Applied Research Associates Unmanned Ground Vehicles

Figure 3-72

All-Purpose Remote Transport System

Table 3-73

John Deere XUV Experimental Unmanned Vehicle XUV X Features

Figure 3-74

John Deere R-Gator

Table 3-75

John Deere Unmanned Ground Vehicle Operational Description

Table 3-76

John Deere Unmanned Ground Vehicle Video Description

Figure 3-77

John Deere M-Gator A1 Unmanned Vehicle

Table 3-78

John Deere M-Gator A1 Unmanned Vehicle Functions

Table 3-79

John Deere M-Gator A1 Unmanned Vehicle Capacity:

Table 3-80

John Deere M-Gator A1 Unmanned Vehicle Features

Table 3-81

John Deere M-Gator A1 Unmanned Vehicle

Table 3-82

John Deere M-Gator A1 Unmanned Vehicle

Table 3-83

John Deere M-Gator A1 Unmanned Vehicle

Table 3-84

John Deere M-Gator A1 Unmanned Vehicle

Table 3-85

John Deere M-Gator A1 Unmanned Vehicle

Figure 3-86

John Deere M-Gator Unmanned Vehicle

Table 3-87

Omnitech Robotics International Robotic Controls Functions

Table 3-88

Omnitech Robotics Controls Features

Table 3-89

Omnitech Robotics Main Components of the SRS

Table 3-90

Omnitech Robotics Custom Mobility Control Panel Components

Figure 3-91

Omnitech Mine Clearing Unmanned Vehicles

Figure 3-92

QinetiQ TAGS-CX Unmanned Vehicle

Table 3-93

Frontline TUGV Standard Features

Table 3-93 (Continued)

Frontline TUGV Standard Features

Table 3-94

Frontline TUGV Sensor Based Features

Figure 3-95

Unmanned Vehicle Nuclear Bomb Defusion

Table 3-96

Sandia National Laboratory Humvee Remote Control Features

Figure 3-97

Sandia Tugged Unmanned Vehicle

Table 3-98

Sandia Rugged Unmanned Vehicles

Table 3-99

Sandia National Laboratory Marvine System Features

Table 3-100

Sandia National Laboratory Marvine System Visualization Features

Figure 3-101

Sandia National Laboratory Marvine System Wheels

Figure 3-102

Elbit Systems G-NIUS Next-Generation UGV

Table 4-1

Examples of Autonomous UGV Technology

Table 4-2

G-NIUS Unmanned Vehicle Core Technologies

Table 4-3

Robot Integration And System Delivery Key Technologies

Figure 4-4

BAE Unmanned Vehicle Thermography

Table 4-5

High-Strength, Lightweight Composite Materials Airplane Parts

Table 4-6

Push / Pull Cable Or A Pull-Only Cable

Table 4-6

Selected Unmanned Ground Vehicle Systems

Table 4-7

Selected Unmanned Ground Vehicle UGV

Government Agencies and Organizations

Figure 5-1

ARA’s Unmanned Ground Systems

Table 5-2

ATK Acquisitions

Table 5-3

ATK Sales by Contract

Table 5-4

ATK Sales by Military and Commercial Customers

Figure 5-5

BAE Military Robot in Development

Table 5-6

Frontline Robotics Functions

Table 5-7

Frontline Robotics Positioning

Table 5-8

AvantGuardiumG-NIUS’ Unmanned Ground Systems Core Technologies

Table 5-10

iRobot Robots Dangerous Tasks Performed

Figure 5-11

iRobot Home Robots vs, Military and First Responder Robots

Figure 5-12

Lockheed Martin F35B In-Flight STOVL Operations

Figure 5-13

Lockheed Martin Linking Legacy Radio Waveforms Into AMF JTRS

Figure 5-14

Lockheed Martin C-139 J Cargo Plane

Figure 5-15

Lockheed Martin Next Generation Identification Systems

Figure 5-16

Lockheed Martin Linking Legacy Radio Waveforms to AMF JTRS

Table 5-17

QinetiQ North America Technology Solutions Group Capabilities

Table 5-18

QinetiQ 2009 Positioning

Table 5-19

QinetiQ Highlights During 2009:

Figure 5-20

QinetiQ North America Revenue

Table 5-21

QinetiQ North America

Table 5-22

US Target Market Overview

Figure 5-23

QinetiQ Europe, Middle East and Australasia Positioning

Figure 5-24

QinetiQ Share of Group Revenue and Number of Employees

Table 5-25

QinetiQ Detection System Functions

Table 5-26

Foster-Miller Technical And Business Capabilities

Table 5-27

IVTT Program Supporting Departments

Figure 5-28

Robotic Technology Military Robot Hops Over Walls

Table 5-29

Telerob’s Key Business Areas

Figure 5-30

Telerob Heavy-Duty EOD Robot Product

Figure 5-31

Telerob Army Technology Products

Figure 5-32

Versa / Allen Vanguard Hook and Line Applications



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