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Stratom XR-P Demonstrates Autonomous Loading, Unloading From MV-22 SAAB Chosen As Sub-Contractor For The Ajax Virtual Crew Turret Trainer GM Outlines Possibilities for Flexible, Autonomous Fuel Cell Electric Platform Endeavor Robotics wins big military contract Oshkosh Defense Showcases JLTV Vehicles With Next Generation Weapon Integration Capabilities At AUSA 2017 AxleTech International unveils industry-first independent suspension system at ICUEE SAIC Announces Teaming Agreement with ST Kinetics and CMI Defence to Develop Ground Combat Vehicle Prototype Rheinmetall and Paravan enter global cooperation agreement FLIR Systems Awarded $74.7 Million Contract for Land Surveillance Systems for U.S. Army 104 German Leopard 2 MBTs to be modernized Endeavor Robotics Wins Its Third Major Contract In Six Weeks With The United States Government U.S. Marine Corps Advances SAIC to Next Phase of AAV SU Production

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Washington, D.C. -- General Motors aims to solve some of the toughest transportation challenges created by natural disasters, complex logistics environments and global conflicts. The company will display its Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure (SURUS), a flexible fuel cell electric platform with autonomous capabilities, at the fall meeting of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) from Oct. 9-11, 2017. The commercially designed platform could be adapted for military use. Endeavor Robotics, the military and security business that broke off of iRobot Corp. in 2016, said Friday that it had won a US Army contract that could pay it up to $158 million to provide robots designed to sniff out explosives and other dangerous materials. OSHKOSH, Wis., -- Oshkosh Defense, LLC, an Oshkosh Corporation company, will showcase two variants of its Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) with next generation lethality and networking capabilities at the AUSA Conference 2017. The vehicles will be on display at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. from October 9 -11, 2017. Troy, Michigan -- AxleTech International has worked with Altec Industries, a leading equipment and service provider for the electric utility industry, to develop and industrialize the next generation of drivetrain systems for All-Wheel-Drive (AWD) utility trucks.[...] The Rheinmetall technology group, represented by Rheinmetall Landsysteme GmbH, has joined forces with Paravan GmbH, a market leader in drive-by-wire technologies, to cooperate in the field of autonomous driving. [...] RESTON, Va.--The U.S. Marine Corps Program Executive Officer Land Systems (PEO LS) approved the Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV) Survivability Upgrade (SU) program to enter into the Production and Deployment Phase following a Milestone C decision. As a part of the decision Science Applications International Corp. SAIC was awarded an initial Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) option to provide the Marine Corps additional AAV SU vehicles. As part of the LRIP decision, SAIC will deliver a total of 25 vehicles over a two-year period for operational test and evaluation and initial fielding to USMC expeditionary units.