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USMC: Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle

Verfasst: Sa 1. Mai 2021, 21:26
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Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle (ARV)

The ARV is a purpose-built combat vehicle system, mobile on land and water, and capable of serving as the manned hub of a Robotic and Autonomous Systems (RAS)-empowered team. ARV will employ transformational sensor, communications, and combat capabilities to collect and communicate information, while integrating robotics and artificial intelligence technologies into manned-unmanned teams. The ARV will enable a crew to sense the operating environment and convey that information using advanced on-board sensors and networked communications systems that are augmented by unmanned systems in order to detect, recognize, identify, and report threats at extended ranges. Additionally, ARV will provide the Fleet Marine Force with a survivable, mobile, networked, and lethal platform optimized for naval transport and amphibious employment in the littoral operating environment. ... -Vehicles/ ... &__tn__=-R ... wzr3PYhlc5

Re: USMC: Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle

Verfasst: Mi 23. Jun 2021, 18:41
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Re: USMC: Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle

Verfasst: So 18. Jul 2021, 20:33
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Marine Corps Selects Textron, GDLS for Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle Prototypes (16. Juli 2021)
The Marine Corps selected Textron Systems and General Dynamics Land Systems for Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle pre-award and will begin negotiations for Other Transaction Agreement awards of ARV prototypes. Pending successful negotiations, Army Contracting Command – Detroit Arsenal will award the ARV OTAs utilizing the Ground Vehicle Systems OTA with the National Advanced Mobility Consortium.

A key Fleet Marine Force modernization initiative, the ARV Command, Control, Communications and Computers/Unmanned Aerial Systems will host a suite of C4 equipment, sensors, and operate both tethered and untethered UAS.
The period of performance for the agreements is 22 months, with prototype delivery expected in the first quarter of fiscal year 2023 and six months of government evaluation that will complete in the third quarter.

The Marine Corps is working to validate the ARV requirement to serve as a mobile protected hub of manned capability with the C4 to effectively operate robotic autonomous systems-enabled teams through a competitive prototyping effort with multiple industry partners.

The effort gained momentum following an industry engagement held in December 2020. PM LAV solicited proposals for prototypes through the consortium on March 30, 2021. The Marine Corps received responses on May 3 and promptly began evaluations.

In parallel to competitive prototyping, the Marine Corps is also pursuing an effort to define the trade space of a government off-the-shelf solution using the Amphibious Combat Vehicle. The data from the ARV competitive prototyping efforts and the ACV study will jointly inform a Marine Corps decision point in fiscal year 2023. ... rototypes/