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+ - TORC Products on Marine Corps Autonomous Vehicles->

Submitted by dcutter1
dcutter1 (1839544) writes "TORC and Virginia Tech engineering students worked together to develop four autonomous vehicles for the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory. This partnership dates back to its success in the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge. The vehicles can carry up to 1,800 pounds and move at the speed of a troop on foot and will support dismounted troops with point-to-point resupply, thereby reducing the loads manually carried by Marines and providing a means for immediate casualty evacuation.

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http://www.torctech.com/company/news/torc-products-integrated-marine-corps-ground-unmanned-support-surrogate-autonomous-vehi"

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