QinetiQ North America, Pratt and Miller Defense Announce Robotic Combat Vehicle Partnership; Jeff Yorsz Quoted

Jeff Brody

QinetiQ North America (QNA) and Pratt and Miller Defense announced on Monday during the 2019 Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. that the companies have formed a partnership on the Robotic Combat Vehicle (RCV) program. 

QNA and Pratt & Miller will submit a variant of the Expeditionary Modular Autonomous Vehicle (EMAV) tailored to the Robotic Combat Vehicle program's specific requirements. 

The Robotic Combat Vehicle submission will leverage QNA's modular open architecture unmanned ground vehicle control systems integrated with Pratt & Miller's advanced mobility platform. The resulting system is a robust non-developmental solution demonstrated to fulfill the Government's required attributes.

"QinetiQ North America has focused on fielding advanced technical solutions to help our military counter emerging threats for over 25 years," stated QNA's President Jeff Yorsz. "We are excited to team with a company that has equal passion of providing groundbreaking real-world solutions to our warfighters."

About QinetiQ North America

QinetiQ North America (QNA) is a subsidiary of QinetiQ Group plc, the FTSE250 company listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE:QQ.L). QNA delivers world-class technology and revolutionary products to the defense, security, and commercial markets. Customers rely on QNA products to increase situational awareness, aid in safety, enhance security and streamline operations. QNA products include unmanned systems, military protection and power sensors and control systems.

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