Army-Marine Corps Board (AMCB) Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV)
- 34 pages
- For Official Use Only
- September 12, 2011
Unmanned Ground Systems consist of a powered physical system with no human operator on aboard the principal platform, which can act, either operated remotely or with some degree of autonomy, to accomplish assigned tasks. Unmanned Ground Systems may be mobile or stationary, can be smart learning, self-adaptive, and includes all associated supporting components such as Operator Control Units (OCU).
Subcategories of Unmanned Ground Systems include unmanned ground vehicles (UGV), and unattended munitions and sensors.
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