The Tracked Robot 10-ton (TRX) Breacher technology demonstrator supports Army objectives for a Robotic Combat Vehicle, executing dull, dirty and dangerous missions so Soldiers don’t have to. General Dynamics Land Systems (GDLS) is showcasing a version of the Tracked Robot 10t (TRX) for obstacle removal on 10-12 October at the AUSA 2022 exhibition in Washington DC. TRX Breacher was developed with the US Army’s Robotic Combat Vehicle (RCV) programme in mind. The TRX Breacher technology demonstrator’s payload is designed to support army objectives for a RCV and perform dangerous tasks to avoid exposing soldiers.
Resulting from a partnership with Pearson Engineering, the GDLS TRX Breacher is designed for obstacle removal with a plough and robotic arm. TRX’s Breacher payload is designed to perform dangerous obstacle-reduction tasks and is the result of a partnership with Pearson Engineering. TRX’s flatbed design integrates any payload with a class-leading payload-to-chassis ratio of 1:1. TRX is able to maneuver at speed with all formations and is transportable on CH-47 and C-130 aircraft. TRX also generates exportable power to support mission command operations and is hybrid-electric in support of the Army’s climate and electrification strategy.
General Dynamics Land Systems (GDLS) is a manufacturer of military vehicles such as tanks and lighter armored fighting vehicles. General Dynamics Land Systems’ foundation is built upon the strength of the Abrams Main Battle Tank, the Stryker and LAV family of wheeled and specialty vehicles, the AJAX armoured brigade of fighting vehicles, and autonomous solutions like the MUTT and S-MET platforms. Each new series of tracked, wheeled and autonomous vehicles is better than the last. General Dynamics Land Systems’ innovation has resulted in increased survivability, greater firepower, unmatched mobility and enhanced battlefield effectiveness made possible by capabilities and equipment prepared for whatever challenge the military faces.