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Unmanned Rovers Run on Hydrogen Power

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GM's proposes a versatile, electrically powered platform that uses hydrogen fuel-cell technology to support energy-dependent applications such as sensor platforms, high energy lasers, command posts, communications sites, field medical facilities, and emergency power and water generation facilities.

U.S. Army Releases the Key for Future Vehicle Protection Systems

The U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research Development & Engineering Center (TARDEC) has just released the MAPS Framework (MAF) - the key element in TARDEC's roadmap to standardize the development and upgradability of Active Protection Systems (APS) and subsystem technologies utilized to protect ground vehicle platforms. The newly released document outlines the different standards that guide system providers in government and industry to develop products that are modular, upgradable, safe, and secure.

Driverless Convoy Roam through S.C. Test Range at 40mph

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REV Delivers World’s First 100% Electric Ancillary Power Vehicle (APV) to Begin US Tour of Duty

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–REV has delivered the first of four revolutionary all-electric APVs to the US Army Tank Automotive Research Center (TARDEC) in Hawaii this week in partnership with Honeywell Aerospace.



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REV Awarded Contract to Provide First of Its Kind Ancillary Power Vehicles for US Military TARDEC Program

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Rapid Electric Vehicles teams with Honeywell Aerospace to provide US military research facility TARDEC with four 100% electric bi-directional charging Ancillary Power Vehicles.



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Altair Engineering and TARDEC to Host AIM FIRE Military Day May 14 to showcase how simulation will be a key driver in vehicle development – Press Release

Event Advisory: Altair Engineering and TARDEC to Host AIM FIRE Military Day May 14

Interview opportunities with engineering executives and military officials and photo opportunities of Golden Humvee and MRAP vehicles

WHAT: Altair Engineering, Inc. (www.altair.com), in conjunction with The U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC), is hosting AIM FIRE Military Day: Advanced Innovative Methods for Improved Reliability & Efficiency. The event will bring together military engineering professionals to discuss trends and advancements in simulation methods crucial to the development of military ground-wheeled vehicles. These developments focus on such issues as survivability, weight reduction and robotics.

Industry presentations by Altair Engineering, TARDEC, General Dynamics Land Systems, BAE Systems, Force Protection Inc., and Realtime Technology Inc. will cover advanced simulation methods to improve the reliability and efficiency of military ground-wheeled vehicles while boosting power and mobility.

WHO: Dr. David Gorsich, chief scientist of TARDEC’s Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM), will deliver the keynote, “Reliability and efficient military ground systems,” and will discuss how simulations are being used to drive the development of vehicle systems.

Nearly 150 attendees are expected, including military personnel, military engineer professionals, prime/sub contractors and congressional representatives

WHERE: Altair Engineering
1820 E. Big Beaver
Troy, MI 48083

WHEN: May 14, 2009, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

PHOTOS: Military vehicles on display will include a Golden Humvee from TARDEC and a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle.

INTERVIEWS: Executives will be available for interviews, including:

MORE INFO: Visit www.altair.com/aimfire.

CONTACT: To schedule interviews, contact Jennifer Ristic, Airfoil Public Relations, at 248-304-1421, [email protected]; or Jenn Korail, Airfoil Public Relations at 248-304-1429, [email protected]

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Incident Control Systems Receives Contract to Supply Add-on Armor for the Interim High Mobility Engineering Excavator – Press Release

New Bedford, MA, September 30, 2008: Incident Control Systems, LLC has been awarded a contract to continue the supply of Advanced Composite B-kit Armor for the Interim High Mobility Engineering Excavator (IHMEE). This latest contract awarded by Oshkosh Corporation of Oshkosh, WI will put the total armor built by ICS to over 70 kits. “This is a new partnership for us and we are very excited to be working with Oshkosh Corporation to provide these kits to the Army” said Eddie Terrenzi, VP of Business Development for Incident Control Systems, LLC.

A year ago ICS was selected as an Add-on Armor supplier for the IHMEE by US Army TARDEC after having gone through extensive testing. Over the past year ICS has provided Add-on Armor for the entire fleet of vehicles. “We are very pleased and honored that the US Government and Oshkosh has continued to place their trust in us and our advanced armor solutions” said Steve Monette, General Manager of Incident Control Systems, LLC.

Headquartered in New Bedford, Massachusetts, Incident Control Systems is a small business that specializes in the design, manufacture, and integration of advanced composite armor solutions for military combat vehicles.

Contact: Incident Control Systems, LLC
Eddie Terrenzi
508.984.8820
[email protected]

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