HORIBA MIRA amongst four Phase II winners has received funding over £1.6 million.
HORIBA MIRA has been awarded a £700,000 cross-government collaborative programme contract for the second phase of the Autonomous Last Mile Resupply (ALMRS).
Through the Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA), the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) together with the Department for International Development (DFID) and UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) are working together to deliver advanced designs for drones and robots which could dramatically change how humanitarian aid or supplies for front-line troops are delivered.
Over £1.6million in funding was awarded to four Phase II winners, of which HORIBA MIRA is one, who researched a robot with its own neural networks for use on decontamination missions. Phase II winners here.