• Praesidium Global’s Assisted Casualty Extraction vehicle, or ACE, was a feature at the last AID event in 2016. Credit: ADM (Katherine Ziesing)
    Praesidium Global’s Assisted Casualty Extraction vehicle, or ACE, was a feature at the last AID event in 2016. Credit: ADM (Katherine Ziesing)
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Katherine Ziesing | Canberra

The Army’s third Innovation Day at ADFA in Canberra showcased offerings from 25 companies across the theme of manned/unmanned teaming (MUM-T). With a range of technologies including unmanned vehicles, autonomous robot targeting, and immersive and holographic training technologies, the day had much to offer not just to Army but also other agencies in attendance, namely Border Force, Emergency Management Australia, sister services and the AFP.

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