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In today’s rapidly evolving mission environments, warfighters need new vehicles, weapons and other systems fielded quickly. Current design and development approaches, however, are unable to deliver those systems in a timely manner. To help overcome these challenges, DARPA’s Adaptive Vehicle Make (AVM) portfolio of programs is working to develop revolutionary approaches for the design, testing and manufacturing of complex defense systems, with the goal of shortening development timelines by five times or more. Thanks to strong early test results and a new opportunity to transition the technology, DARPA has decided to speed its current AVM successes to the defense industrial base in 2014—years earlier than originally planned.
This Request for Information from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's Tactical Technology Office seeks technologies, methodologies, and approaches solely for information and planning purposes. Responses to this RFI may be used to support a potential new DARPA program focused on demonstration of collaborative autonomy, including processing and disseminating actionable information to ground troops to enable efficient assembly, coordination, movement, and maneuver on enemy forces.