HDT World has introduced the collection of its WOLF-X prototype car to assist an ongoing army program looking for a Robotic Fight Car (RCV) for the US Military.
WOLF-X is a remote-controlled unmanned system being developed in collaboration with BAE Methods together with Virginia-based engineering options firm McQ Inc.
Basic Dynamics, Textron Methods, and Oshkosh Protection are additionally collaborating within the venture.
Beneath the preliminary part, the group was ordered to ship two prototypes by 2024. A single workforce will then be chosen to finalize a car design and provide as much as 9 prototypes of the system.
Fielding of the car is scheduled for 2028.
“We’re delighted our WOLF-X RCV system was chosen for the RCV Program’s Section I check and analysis,” HDT World CEO and President Kevin McSweeney acknowledged.
“HDT’s business management within the growth of modern robotic options is greater than 12 years within the making and the WOLF-X illustrates our dedication to fixing complicated issues and overcoming the challenges our warfighters face on at the moment’s fashionable battlefield.”
“The WOLF-X is a novel and disruptive resolution that delivers dependable cutting-edge know-how with responsive and correct battlefield lethality.”
HDT’s WOLF-X is constructed with “rugged, dependable, and straightforward to function and preserve” capabilities to maintain a mobility benefit and accommodate future applied sciences.
The 8×8 car has a compact design, making it transportable through a CH-47D Chinook helicopter.
In the meantime, WOLF-X’s superior configuration permits the system to combine enhanced armor and carry an MK44 30-millimeter chain gun.
“The HDT WOLF-X exceeds all RCV necessities with a complicated design that’s engineered for future progress,” HDT World CTO Tom Van Doren defined.
“Leveraging our experience in robotic car design and manufacturing, the WOLF-X expands on the mature know-how of the HDT robotic Hunter WOLF, delivering the precise materials resolution to hold out essential missions on the complicated fashionable battlefield.”