BOULDER, Colo. — March 30, 2021 — Stratom, a leading developer of autonomous ground vehicles and robotic systems for logistics and operational applications, today announced it has been awarded a contract with the U.S. Army’s DEVCOM Ground Vehicle Systems Center (GVSC) to develop an autonomous ground vehicle refueling (AGVR) prototype system to integrate onto a Palletized Load System (PLS) flat rack for autonomous convoy operations.
Stratom’s session at AUVSI Xponential 2020, “Unmanned Systems for Logistics Applications,” focused on unmanned systems use in several areas of logistics applications. These include applications such as airports of the future, cargo movement and robotic refueling.
Stratom’s Autonomous & Robotic Remote Refueling Point (AR3P)’s robotic refueling capabilities were demonstrated in an operational context on several helicopters — including a K-MAX, a CH-47 Chinook and a UH-60 Black Hawk — at the Maneuver Support, Sustainment and Protection Integration Experiments (MSSPIX) event.
Stratom participates in panel presentation at AUVSI Unmanned Systems – Defense. Protection. Security. (USDPS) conference
Stratom leadership took part in an open business model panel featuring experts from Neya Systems and the U.S. Army at USDPS, the most comprehensive military- and federal agency-focused event in the unmanned systems industry.
An accomplished project manager and team lead with technical expertise, Kitt was hired to bring his wealth of experience to the Stratom leadership team. As Director of Strategic Services, he provides in-depth insight into operational execution and lifecycle logistical support.
A seasoned engineering leader, Steen. Ph.D., leveraged his background in leading complex organizations, product realization cycles and operations in a variety of manufacturing sectors to bring unique expertise to Stratom’s growing leadership team as Director of Engineering.
As part of a larger rebranding effort, Stratom refreshed its look both internally and externally. The company not only reworked its logo and launched a new, user-friendly website but also remodeled its office space to enhance the employee experience.
To aid in the fight against the coronavirus, Stratom utilized its 3D-printing capabilities to create face shields, housings, mask components and more for hospitals and health care facilities, which Stratom provided free of charge. Learn more
Part of the Army’s Autonomous Ground Resupply (AGR) program, Stratom developed and demonstrated its autonomous ground vehicle refueling (AGVR) capability at the U.S. Army Ground Vehicle Systems Center (GVSC), which is part of the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC).
Stratom designed and integrated a ground vehicle-mounted hardened launch and recovery station for UAVs to support the surveillance and reconnaissance mission set.