Pratt & Miller Engineering Defense Division unveiled at 5th Annual GVSETS
Racing to Design and Build Winning Ground Vehicle Solutions
August 14, 2013
Pratt & Miller Engineering will introduce its Defense Division at the 5th Annual Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering and Technology Symposium (GVSETS) in Troy, Michigan running August 20-22. This unveiling will expand Pratt & Miller’s commitment to designing and building the highest performing mobility, survivability, and robotic technologies in military ground vehicles, building on its years of superior engineering and prototyping in support of servicemen and women.
“Pratt & Miller has a rich history of designing and building lightweight, safe, high performance race cars that have earned multiple championships in motorsports series across the world, including seven wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans,” says Jim Miller, President of Pratt & Miller Engineering. “This racing heritage coupled with our high performance engineering and rapid manufacturing uniquely positions us to provide lightweight, survivable, high mobility ground vehicles to the defense industry.”
Pratt & Miller’s exhibition at GVSETS will reveal the Defense Division’s logo and branding, “Racing to design and build winning ground vehicle solutions”. Showcased at the event will be the MAV-L (Medium Assault Vehicle-Light), a high performance military vehicle that Pratt & Miller Defense designed and built on behalf of the Northrop Grumman Corporation.
Pratt & Miller Engineering is a world-class small business specializing in vehicle engineering, manufacturing, testing and development. Our focus areas within the defense industry include mobility, vehicle survivability, occupant protection, robotics, electronics, and lightweight systems. We have a race inspired pedigree of people, processes and technology to deliver high quality, innovation in a compressed-schedule environment.
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