Cargo Unmanned Ground Vehicle
NREC teamed with Oshkosh Defense and developed autonomous UGV technologies for convoy operations (Photo courtesy of Oshkosh Defense)
Laser Coating Removal for Aircraft
AFRL, CTC, and NREC developed an environmentally friendly system to remove paint and coatings from aircraft
NREC brings innovative robotics technology to warfighters and military operations. Since 1995, NREC has been working with Department of Defense clients including DARPA, AFRL, TARDEC, USMCWL, OSD TRMC, NAVEODTECHDIV, PM Night Vision RSTA, USACE, JGRE, ONR, US Army, US Air Force and others. An impressive roster of projects and awards highlights NREC's mission to "engineer robotics solutions." NREC constantly pushes the boundaries of what's possible and can solve your most challenging operational, tactical or logistic capability gaps.
From inspection robots to tactical vehicles
Equipment and Site Monitoring
Detection of abnormal situations or intruders
3D Teleoperation and S.A. from around the globe. Latency compensation and bandwidth management
Warfighter localization and vehicle navigation
Accurate, real-time mapping of tunnels, roads and cities
Safety components, architecture, testing and evaluation for complex autonomous systems
Superior mobility from 15-lbs to 15-tons. Wheels or tracks. Hybrid electric and custom drivetrain
Tunnel and Building Inspection and Mapping
Manned and Unmanned Teaming
Depot and Maintenance Automation
Finds autonomy system safety problems that are unlikely to be discovered by other types of tests.
NREC teamed with Oshkosh Defense to develop autonomous unmanned ground vehicle technologies for logistics tactical wheeled vehicles used by the US Marine Corps.
NREC and Oshkosh Defense adapted Cargo UGVs to detect and clear explosives from convoy routes.
The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) and NREC developed an environmentally friendly system to remove coatings from U.S. Air Force aircraft.