Year of Graduation
Eric S. Bish
The engineering team at MVP Robotics has focused its efforts on developing HEKTR (Humanoid Engagable Kinetic Training Robot), a drivable three dimensional target intended for military tactical training. Currently, HEKTR is only capable of detecting lethal ammunition rounds while non-lethal rounds are also commonly used for tactical training. Expanding HEKTR's detection capabilities could provide MVP greater business opportunities. This project focuses on the development of a non-lethal target prototype that is capable of interfacing with the existing HEKTR technology. This prototype will serve as a proof of concept and a point to continue development from in the future.
Level of Access
Restricted: Campus/Dartmouth Community Only Access
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Akin, Kenan, "Development of a Non-Lethal Round Detection System for the HEKTR Tactical Training Robot" (2020). ENGG 390 Reports (MEM Students). 64.
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