Armor & Mobility

MAY 2016

Military magazines in the United States and Canada, covering Armor and Mobility, focuses on tactical vehicles, C4ISR, Special Operations Forces, latest soldier equipment, shelters, and key DoD programs

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tacticaldefensemedia.com Unmanned Tech Solutions | Armor & Mobility | May 2016 | 9 Industry Partner Endeavor Robotics Take an Accelerated Path Toward Your Degree Your military occupation can put your associate's degree within reach.* > Combat Arms 11B/11C/19D/19K (Skill Level 30+)—as few as 8 courses to earn a criminal justice degree; 9 or 10 courses to earn a business degree > Medical 68W and many other allied health specialties—as few as 5 courses to earn a health sciences degree > Military Police 31B (Skill Levels 30/40)—as few as 5 courses to earn a criminal justice degree > Other military training and prior learning may also qualify for college credit > Get your MOS evaluated for college credit at www.MOS.kaplan.edu Skill level requirements apply. Kaplan University—Online/Accredited † Speak with a Kaplan University representative at the Education Offce or call our Military Support Center at 877.809.8445. The Department of Defense does not endorse any company, sponsor, or their products or services. For comprehensive consumer and gainful employment information, visit kaplan.edu/info. * Based on a member of the military who transfers in the maximum amount of quarter credit hours: 65 for medical MOS, 60 for military police and information technology MOS, 50 for combat arms MOS, 55 for paralegal specialist MOS, 45 for recruiter MOS. Coursework reduction refects an educational mapping based on the completion of the standard courses required for rank advancement as well as credit for occupation duties. Credit awards have service-level requirements. Exact transfer amount may vary depending on completed military courses and occupations as listed on your offcial Joint Service Transcript(s). State-specifc requirements, as listed in catalog.kaplanuniversity.edu, may apply. All credits must be validated on offcial transcript(s) to be eligible to transfer. † Please see our website for additional information about institutional and programmatic accreditation. • Maneuverable in a variety of environments • Climbs obstacles up to 7" (17.8 cm) high, overcomes curbs, turns in place, and self-rights when f lipped over 310 SUGV The Endeavor Robotics 310 SUGV is a portable, single-person-lift robot with dexterous manipulation for dismounted and mobile operations. The 310 SUGV provides operators with a highly mobile, less than 30 lbs (13.6 kg) robot solution that climbs stairs, manipulates objects and speeds down-range at more than 6 mph (10 km/h). • Portable, can be easily carried and deployed • Weighs less than 30 lbs (13.6 kg) with the manipulator and batteries installed and can be made to fit into packs with 9" by 28" clearances (22.9 x 71.1 cm) • Can lift as much as 22 lbs (10 kg) • Equipped with wide-angle, color, ir, and zoom cameras • Long mission duration • Supports numerous disruptor solutions 510 PACKBOT ® Modular, adaptable and expandable, the Endeavor Robotics 510 PackBot can perform bomb disposal, surveillance and reconnaissance, CBRN detection and HazMat handling operations. Quickly configured based on mission needs, PackBot easily climbs stairs and navigates narrow passages with sure-footed efficiency, relaying real-time video, audio and sensor data while the operator stays at a safer, standoff distance. • Man-transportable • Deployable in less than 2 minutes • Can reach speeds of 5.8 mph (9.3 km/h) • Overcomes stairs, obstacles, and debris • Submersible in 3 ft (0.9m) of water and is operational in all weather environments • Supports 20+ disruptors and a broad array of sensors 710 KOBRA ™ The Endeavor Robotics 710 Kobra is designed to provide unmatched strength, power, and payload support in an easy to operate robot package. The 710 Kobra has a lift capacity of 330 pounds (150 kg) and integrates numerous payloads to expand your operational area. • Can reach as high as 11 ft (3.5 m) • Easily climbs stairs, fits through doorways or down aisle ways • Deploys from the back of a small 4x4 vehicle • Able to reach speeds of 8 mph (12.9 km/h) while carrying 150 lbs (68 kg) payloads • Maintains mobility on rough terrain in all weather conditions

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