US Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA)'s Ground X-Vehicle Technology (GXV-T) program seeks to develop groundbreaking technologies that would make future armored fighting vehicles significantly more mobile, effective, safe and affordable. The program recently awarded Phase 1 contracts to seven organizations.
Carnegie Mellon University, Honeywell, Leidos, Pratt & Miller, QinetiQ Inc., Raytheon, Southwest Research Institute and SRI International are the seven organizations being awarded a contract to explore a variety of technologies, all of which are designed to improve vehicle mobility, vehicle survivability and crew safety and performance without piling on armor. Read more about GXV-T contract here.
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