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Electric All Terrain Mobile Platform

The two-year project enabled KTP associate and now SC Innovation Autonomous Systems Engineer Yash Katare to work alongside the University of Exeter Professors Chris Smith and Prathyush Menon, Director and Deputy Director at the Centre for Future Clean Mobility.

The development programme has enabled the team to create a fully autonomous capability for the electric ATMP vehicle, while ensuring that the eATMP retained its signature perfomance, transporting heavy payloads across some of the harshest terrains.

To find out more about the project and the engineering expertise to create an autonomous, self driving All-Terrain Mobile Platform UoE KTP Case Study – Supacat.


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