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Marine West : unmanned systems under the spotlight

28th January 2010 - 09:49 GMT | by Scott Gourley in Camp Pendleton, California

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Several UGV and UAS development initiatives drew the spotlight at the 2010 edition of the ‘Marine West' military exposition, co-sponsored by Camp Pendleton, the Marine Corps League, and Marine Corps Systems Command.

As an example, iRobot presented an expansion of their UGV families with potential applications for their miniature LANdroid platforms.

‘This comes out of a research project that DARPA [Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency] is doing,' explained company official Mary Beth Bruggeman. ‘The programme is called LANdroids - for Local Area Network. And we have just supplied the robotic platform for the programme. DARPA is teaming with other companies

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