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British Army calls for speedy adoption of manned-unmanned teaming

13th December 2018 - 09:45 GMT | by Kate Martyr in Salisbury


For the British Army the future is autonomous, and manned-unmanned teaming (MUM-T) will be the starting point for this in 2019. 

This is according to members of the UK MoD at the Autonomous Warrior Land 2018 (AW(L)18) exercise which took place on Salisbury Plain for four weeks and ending on 5 December 2018.

At the event various systems were demonstrated utilising MUM-T including the Titan Strike and Titan Sentry UGVs, designed by Milrem Robotics, Konsberg and Hendsoldt, as well as Qintiq’s MUM-T of two SUAS with a AH1 Gazelle helicopter to conduct ISR and strike targets.

Much of this technology could

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Kate Martyr


Kate Martyr

Kate Martyr was the Land Domain reporter for Shephard Media during 2019.

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