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Army Ultra Light Vehicle Prototype: Visual Tour

Designed to test fuel efficiency, adaptability and survivability in almost any environment, this concept vehicle includes plenty of high-tech enhancements.
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The concept vehicle has integrated remote-mounted and remote-controlled electronics with full Internet Protocol control options. The ULV uses a "common integrated user interface" for radio, shot detection, video and GPS positioning, saving space and weight, according to the description on the Army's website. It has a full electronic suite capability that exists in comparable tactical vehicles.

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