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United States Navy Purchases Three Robotnik Summit XL Mobile Vehicles
The UGV's were purchased through Cambridge-based Barrett Technology
By RBR Staff


The United States Navy has ordered three Robotnik Summit XL mobile platforms from Barrett Technology, in Cambridge, MA, USA.  These compact autonomous vehicles are unique because of their special triple combination of (1) independent suspension, (2) independent drives, and (3) omni-directional treads at each of its wheels, enabling unmatched speed and agility.

Robotnik manufactures a range of Autonomously Guided Vehicles (AGVs), including the Summit XL-Omni, for a variety of indoor and outdoor applications.  These ground vehicles have extraordinarily nimble suspension systems that handle obstacles over

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