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These soldiers laid out battlefield problems they hope robots can fix | Army Times
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These soldiers laid out battlefield problems they hope robots can fix | Army Times

Soldiers from a variety of backgrounds recently met with a national consortium on ground vehicles to find out what problems that bedevil soldiers might be fixed by robots or autonomous solutions.

Groups of six to 12 soldiers outlined difficulties they face on the battlefield during a meeting at Fort Benning, Georgia, with the National Advanced Mobility Consortium.

The groups included representatives from the following soldier communities: the 75th Ranger Regiment, the captains career course, infantry, Stryker, Bradley, reconnaissance and the Robotics Requirements Division.

Col. Tom Nelson, director of the Robotics Requirements Division, said the groups met with consortium representatives to lay out problems such as increasing situational understanding on the battlefield or mitigating risk in the close, urban fight.

Source: These soldiers laid out battlefield problems they hope robots can fix | Army Times