|Manufacturer:||General Dynamics Robotic Systems - GDRS|
|Product type:||Auxiliary Vehicles|
|Name:||Robot, Unmanned Vehicle|
MUTT (Multi-Utility Tactical Transport), an Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV), which can be in two versions - wheeled and tracked.
The US Marine Corps announced the testing of this robot in July 2016.
MUTT accompanies the fighters, making it easier to load them by reducing the amount of equipment that they carry when they cross a difficult terrain on foot. In addition, thanks to the integrated weapon station with a Mini-Gun, MUTT is able to fire support for its unit.
The designer of the MUTT UUGV is General Dynamics Land Systems. The UGV is 1372 mm wide and 1524 mm long weighs 340 kilograms, can swim and is designed to assist infantry divisions.
MUTT can be carried on board MV-22 Osprey.
MUTT has a payload of 273 kg when moving on the ground. During the swim, it can transport up to 136 kg of cargo. The vehicle is powered by lithium-ion batteries. At one full charge, transporting 240 kg, MUTT, along with its unit, go 28 km to the full discharge of the battery.