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Concept the fighting machine future

Concept the fighting machine future

Future technology Concept the fighting machine future


Typically, the primary means of protection of tanks and other ground military equipment is multi-layered armor, but in the end, this equipment turns out relatively slow in actual combat conditions, and therefore not very effective.
In DARPA is developing a new generation of high-tech tanks, which will focus less on firepower and protection, but mostly – on mobility and speed. The researchers said they are going to radically redefine the concept of military equipment. Therefore, it was coined by a revolutionary project GXV-T.
Under this acronym hides a large-scale program called Ground X-Vehicle Technology. Within its framework, DARPA is going to develop the combat vehicles of the future.
Designers abandon the current paradigm of “need more armor.” Instead, employ a different approach. The basis of the machine will be cutting-edge technology.
GXV-T is 50% lighter and smaller than existing designs. The crew will be reduced by half. Radically intensify mobility: a platform DARPA pass on any terrain, even the most rugged and inhospitable mechanisms. All possible traces – EMI, the  infrared and acoustic – will be blacked out.  Future technology Concept the fighting machine future

But most importantly: Ground X-Vehicle Technology will focus on survivability through “agility.” Excellent speed and agility will help avoid any incoming threats. Why hang on a ton of composite body, when it is easier to evade missiles?  Future technology Concept the fighting machine future    Future technology Concept the fighting machine future  Future technology Concept the fighting machine future

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