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Commercial industry drives UGV technology

6th December 2013 - 14:38 GMT | by Joyce de Thouars in London


Frost & Sullivan has predicted that despite significant opportunities there will only be a limited proliferation of unmanned technology in the ground vehicles market in the coming decade. 

At present, unmanned ground vehicles (UGV) only encompass a minor share of the market wider unmanned market, and it is not yet defined as to how the technology will be best utilised and how new systems will be integrated into force structures. 

UGVs have so far mostly been used for reconnaissance and EOD missions with future applications, including load-carrying systems to assist infantry troops on patrol as well as logistics vehicles to

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Joyce de Thouars


Joyce de Thouars

Joyce holds a MA degree in Middle Eastern Studies from King’s College London. Before she …

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