Tank Automotive Research Development and Engineering Center
The United States Army’s Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center says final testing has begun on the Ultra Light Vehicle Research Prototype, a replacement for the Hummer that’s designed to be fuel efficient, versatile and survivable in nearly any environment.
The Ricardo-engineered Fuel Efficient Ground Vehicle Demonstrator vehicle is featured in a Web video posted Monday on “Jay Leno’s Garage.”
United States Army officials announced Friday that the Army National Automotive Center, based in Warren, is refocusing on its role as the focal point for public-private mobility technology development.
With the delivery of 15 field-ready fuel cells, Ultra Electronics AMI, formerly known as Adaptive Materials Inc., said Wednesday it had completed its $4.2 million multi-year contract with the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center to provide fuel cells for unmanned ground vehicles.
Waltonen Engineering Inc., a global leader in engineering services, said Thursday that it has been awarded a U.S. General Services Administration Schedule 871 Professional Engineering Services Contract.
To mark 10 successful years of advancing the commercialization of green vehicle technology, the Hybrid Truck Users Forum is bringing its 2010 HTUF National Conference and Ride and Drive back to its roots: the Motor […]