Oshkosh L-ATV Successfully Completes 200,000 Miles for JLTV EMD...>> AM General BRV-O JLTV Completes Engineering Manufacturing and Development Offroad Testing...>> Oshkosh Defense`s JLTV Solution Completes “Net-Ready” Testing...>> PROTECTOR MCT-30 unveiling at Eurosatory...>> CMI Defence presents the Cockerill CPWS 20-25-30...>>
Army Guide - Boeing Teams with Bolduc to Build Unmanned Ground Vehicle Conversion Kits
Home: :Products: :Companies: :Countries: :Contact
Russian
Nickname:
Register
Password:
Remind
 
Home
About project
AGM magazine

products
companies
countries
quantities
museum
contracts

Defence Industry
Army
Future Technologies
Contracts
Training And Simulators
Robots
Exhibitions
Term of the day

Feedback and Forum
Contact

free
paid

To Webmasters
RSS Feeds


Articles >>

Boeing Teams with Bolduc to Build Unmanned Ground Vehicle Conversion Kits

Category: Robots

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- The Boeing Company has teamed with Bolduc Technology Group, LLC to design, develop, integrate, test, manufacture and sustain agnostic autonomous-navigation kits for ground vehicles.

The kits would enable human-driven vehicles to be converted into autonomous or remotely operated vehicles for commercial or military use.

Boeing, the prime contractor, will offer its experience in ground robotics, autonomy and combat systems to domestic and international customers with existing and emerging mission needs for unmanned ground vehicle technology.

Bolduc will provide its proven highway safety-tested Advanced Electronic Vehicle Interface Technology (AEVIT) “drive-by-wire” remotely piloted vehicle (RPV) system. AEVIT RPV is based on the AEVIT platform, which has been in production for more than 20 years. The system replicates a vehicle’s mechanical and electrical systems through the use of intelligent drive modules that command electromechanical servos and electrical switches to control driving functions. The AEVIT RPV technology eliminates the need for a human driver.

“Boeing looks forward to extending our existing relationship with Bolduc into a broader strategic teaming agreement,” said Bob DaLee, Robotics program manager for Boeing’s Huntsville-based Network and Tactical Systems (N&TS) division. “Our ground vehicle autonomy kit technology enables dull, dirty and dangerous missions such as convoys, route clearance, reconnaissance and perimeter control to be performed with either remotely operated or supervised autonomous control.”

“Teaming with Bolduc gives Boeing an opportunity to offer potential customers the tools to handle a variety of dangerous situations without putting their people at risk,” said Bill Boggs, director, N&TS Global Forces and Robotics. “Together, we can offer the latest technology, coupled with proven experience from both companies.”

“Integrating the commercially available AEVIT RPV platform with Boeing’s command and control capabilities to support unmanned ground control operations is a natural fit for our product and will potentially save lives when used in hostile environments,” said Scott Bolduc, president and CEO of Bolduc Technology Group. “Teaming with Boeing will position both companies to be at the forefront of delivering a highly effective solution to the marketplace.”

Bolduc Technology Group is the worldwide leader in the design, development and manufacture of highly sophisticated drive-by-wire driving controls. Headquartered in Augusta, Maine, Bolduc Technology Group has installed its civilian and commercial products in thousands of vehicles for more than 20 years.

A unit of The Boeing Company, Boeing Defense, Space & Security is one of the world's largest defense, space and security businesses specializing in innovative and capabilities-driven customer solutions, and the world’s largest and most versatile manufacturer of military aircraft. Headquartered in St. Louis, Boeing Defense, Space & Security is a $34 billion business with 68,000 employees worldwide.

Boeing
26.08.2010

Actions...
 
Printable Version
 
Printable Version  
rss
 
favorite
 

Discuss


At present you cannot leave messages. To be able to do this, you should enter by using your name. If you are not registetred, do it now. The registration procedure will take just one minute.
Register

Oshkosh Equips M-ATV for Unmanned Route-Clearance Missions
14.05.2014

Otokar to present COBRA and ARMA at FIDAE 2014
27.03.2014

Unmanned Vehicle Demo Showcases Leap-Ahead Technology
25.03.2014

Izhevsk Electromechanical Plant “Kupol” will take part in the International Exhibition DEFEKSPO INDIA-2014
29.01.2014

Boeing Phantom Works

Boeing Company

Boeing Integrated Defense Systems

Unmanned Vehicles

G-NIUS Unmanned Ground Systems (UGS) LTD




Latest Forum Posts
ZF 6HP600 Automatic transmission with se...
Posts - 3
M&M Dronten (19:42 11.01.2014)
global armour limited in n ireland...
Posts - 2
loner (23:13 15.10.2013)
Die Bezeichnung des Tages...
Posts - 61
Kenner (15:10 15.04.2013)
中文 - méi tiān xu...
Posts - 49
大面 (10:26 29.03.2013)
Le terme du jour...
Posts - 53
cognitio (10:12 22.03.2013)
Forums List


Last Article Posts
PROTECTOR MCT-30 unveiling at Eurosatory... (23.06.2014)
Posts - 1
More Foxhound vehicles for British Army... (19.11.2013)
Posts - 1
Navistar Defense Begins Producing MaxxPro Dash; To Reach Full Production by Mid-October... (06.09.2012)
Posts - 1
BAE Systems Introduces New Gun Shield to Ease Transport of Vehicles... (09.03.2012)
Posts - 1
Ukrainian Army to Purchase New Oplot MBTs... (03.08.2011)
Posts - 2


Most Popular Articles
The Prospect of the Russian Armed Forces... (29.12.2004)
Visits - 10557
The Ukrainian Army Switches to More Efficient Methods of Personnel Training... (29.12.2004)
Visits - 8947
Anniversary of the Arsenal Central Design Bureau... (29.12.2004)
Visits - 8781
Russia Supplies its Special-purpose vehicles to Azerbaijan... (11.01.2005)
Visits - 9679
The Russian Army Has Completed the Trials of the BTR-90 Armoured Personnel Carrier... (11.01.2005)
Visits - 13787
All Articles


Home | Articles | Products | Companies | Countries | Quantities | Denial of Guarantees and Rights | Contact | Russian

© ATEN, 2002-2008