Support for Trauma and Transport (LSTAT) This report examines opportunities to further advance LSTAT
to the next generation through the addition of and interfaces to advanced
medical technologies, including robotics, information systems, sensors
and other medical devices.
& TARDEC Collaborative Robots Program The OUSD Joint Robotics Program Office, the US Army Medical
Research andMateriel Command (USAMRMC) Telemedicine and Advanced
Technology Research Center (TATRC) and the US Army Tank Automotive
Research Development and Engineering Center(TARDEC) have a joint
program to develop a collaborative, multi-mission, robot team.
of Integrated Rapid Response Equipment (FIRRE) The objective of the FIRRE IPT is to develop a family of
affordable, scalable, modular, and logistically supportable Unmanned
Systems to meet urgent operational force protection needs and requirements
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