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The controller would continue to have the majority of cognitive processes associated with the mission: friend, foe, or neutral (FFN) locations; higher-level terrain reasoning functions (such as identifying “no go” terrain); and military maneuvering. The controller would also have local situational awareness of the environment and could intervene and override movement decisions. The sensor suite of the preceder would be essentially the same as that of a follower. Missions appropriate for SAP/F-UGV capabilities could include (1) RSTA missions 1–5 km in advance of the OPERATIONAL AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS controller’s position; and (2) forward fires or supply prepositioning up to several kilometers in advance of the controller.
For the purpose of description in this report a SAP/F UGV would traverse its environment by following a trail of markers (often called “breadcrumbs”) left by a “leader,” which could be a dismounted human, a manned vehicle, or an autonomous vehicle. It would use some cognitive processes to select the best route from marker to marker. For example, the onboard processing could determine the heading to the next breadcrumb using geolocation information and simple terrain reasoning. , 1994 defines six levels of initiative: 1.
At a minimum the Searcher would have an arm and manipulator that would allow it to open unlocked doors, safely detonate booby traps, and move small objects. Additionally, the Searcher would be able to mark areas or rooms that have been searched and deemed clear at the time of the search. The Searcher would be capable of carrying non-lethal payloads that could be detonated by the operator as necessary. The Searcher, upon being directed to do so, would be able to project limited synthetic voice commands either in English or in the appropriate foreign language.