DARPA's Experimental Crowd-derived Combat Support Vehicle (XC2V) was highlighted as an example of the power of collaboration and the democratization, The XC2V is the first crowd-sourced, militarily relevant vehicle design. The DARPA XC2V effort, asked non-traditional DoD performers, small businesses, universities and the general public to contribute innovative ideas for a vehicle body designed to accomplish the critical mission tasks of combat resupply and medical evacuation.
XC2V was a proof of principle project to increase DARPA's understanding of crowd-sourcing as an approach to the development of complex military platforms in support of the Agency's Adaptive Vehicle Make (AVM) portfolio of programs.
The FLYPMode was designed with 360 degree visibility and protection being top priority, it uses a common chassis capable of performing both combat resupply and medical evacuation missions, and has room enough for six passengers. A modular interior allows for many parts be to either be quickly removed for increased speed, or added to provide a wide range of additional technologies. This ability to be configured on the spot allows the vehicle to perform in both combat and search and rescue situations.
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