Autonomous Platform for Extreme Terrains Unveiled

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The latest member of the Mission Master autonomous uncrewed ground vehicle (UGV) family, the Mission Master XT, has been unveiled by Rheinmetall. Featuring a diesel engine, the vehicle is designed to operate in extreme terrains.

The Mission Master XT is a rugged A-UGV designed to accompany troops in all kinds of missions, especially in challenging environments. With its total mobility in extreme terrain and advanced amphibious capabilities, the Mission Master XT reliably transports payloads of up to 1000 kg.

The Mission Master XT can travel 750 km without refueling. In addition, an integrated battery facilitates silent watch operations for several hours at a time, extending this A-UGV’s capabilities even further. 

Robust enough to handle platoon or company sensors and weapon systems, the Mission Master XT lets units increase their range and firepower with heavier-caliber weapons and larger optics than they would otherwise be able to carry, according to the company’s website.