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  1. Taking the Oshkosh JLTV for a ride at DVD2018
  2. Follow my robot: teaching autonomous team mates by example
  3. Conference sets safety at top of defence agenda
  4. Slitherine’s Command: the wargame transforming operational simulation
  5. Bomb disposal robots: the new frontier

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AlmaDK is a manufacturer and supplier of special military products. We have worked closely with law enforcement and military customers since our first day. Since 1998, AlmaDK has been designing, developing and manufacturing our products and serving customers from various government organisations, departments and institutions.

Taking the Oshkosh JLTV for a ride at DVD2018

We at Global Defence Technology have been covering Oshkosh Defense’s Light Combat Tactical All-Terrain Vehicle (L-ATV) since it was first showcased as a demonstrator model. When the company offered press rides on the vehicle, which is now in production, for the first time at Defence Vehicle Dynamics (DVD) 2018 at Millbrook Proving Ground in September, Berenice Baker was first in the queue.

Follow my robot: teaching autonomous team mates by example

Soldiers are highly trained before being deployed, but unexpected situations sometimes arise and individuals need to learn new skills from team mates, often while on operation. New research by military and academic partners asks whether autonomous robots could learn to navigate in unfamiliar terrain in the same way as humans – by demonstration.

Conference sets safety at top of defence agenda

Members of the defence community gathered at the recent Defence Safety Conference in London, held with the support of the UK Defence Safety Authority (DSA). At the event, DSA director general Lieutenant General Richard Felton explained how DSA drives continuous safety improvement to reduce avoidable deaths and injuries while maintaining defence capability.

Bomb disposal robots: the new frontier

Bomb disposal robots have been around a long time and the technology has come a long way. One of the latest, Taurus, is piloted with a virtual reality headset giving pilots unprecedented control. From autonomy to battery innovations, what trends are most prevalent in the world of bomb disposal robots?

TITAN: the robot autonomously supplying the front line

Future frontline troops could have supplies and ammunition delivered automatically by a robot before they even realise they're running low without risking lives in logistics missions. QinetiQ is working with industrial and academic partners on the UK Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) Last Mile Resupply programme to deliver unmanned ground vehicles and drones powered by AI-driven software and apps.

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