Defence & Off Highway

Defence & Off Highway

Defence vehicles need the latest tech & lower emissions

In order to address the challenge of climate change, the UK Government became the first major economy to pass laws to end its contribution to global warming and bring all greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. It is vital for defence vehicles to be equipped with the latest technology and become less reliant on fossil fuels. The British Army is developing strategies to adopt greener technology into the MOD’s equipment fleet.

Partnership with Supercat

The Centre for Future Clean Mobility (CFCM) has had a long partnership with Supacat, the world-leading defence vehicle manufacturer. Supacat is well known for producing the Jackal vehicle for the British Army.

A very successful collaborative project between CFCM and supacat developed an autonomous hybrid vehicle for extreme off-road military operations, designed to keep pace with battlefield logistical requirements on extreme terrain and unpredictable routes.

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