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General Dynamics Presents MUTT XM Robotic Platform in AUSA Global Force 2024

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General Dynamics Presents MUTT XM Robotic Platform in AUSA Global Force 2024

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General Dynamics Prsents MUTT XM Robotic Platform in AUSA Global Force 2024
General Dynamics Prsents MUTT XM Robotic Platform in AUSA Global Force 2024

At the U.S. Army’s Global Force Symposium & Exposition, General Dynamics Land Systems presents a new a semi-autonomous robotic platform. Multi-utility Tactical Transport (MUTT) XM is a semi-autonomous robotic platform that reduces physical burden on the dismounted Soldier and can be equipped with an array of modular mission payloads, MUTT is in production as the U.S. Army’s choice for Increment 1 of the Small Multipurpose Equipment Transport (S-MET) program. The MUTT XM, shown in Project Origin configuration at Global Force, is the latest version in Land Systems’ family of robotic vehicles. MUTT XM features increased power generation, increased payload capability and greater speed and mobility, enhancing its effectiveness in myriad roles on and off the battlefield.

Multi-utility Tactical Transport (MUTT) XM
Multi-utility Tactical Transport (MUTT) XM. (Photo by )

MUTT is a semi-autonomous robotic platform that reduces physical burden on the dismounted Soldier and can be equipped with an array of Modular Mission Payloads. It is the most intuitive, capable and reliable UGV ever produced and the first of its kind to be selected for service alongside dismounted troops. MUTT uses unique methods of control, such as the dismount following tether or the easy-to-use one-handed RC controller, which minimize Soldiers’ physical and cognitive loads during dismounted missions. General Dynamics Land Systems’ MUTT was selected by the U.S. Army in July 2020 for the Small Multipurpose Equipment Transport (S-MET) program. Future capabilities will include autonomous resupply, counter-unmanned aerial systems (C-UAS); chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) defense; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR); electronic warfare (EW); direct fire and indirect fire.

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