This Request for Information (RFI), entitled “RFI for Lunar Surface Science Mobility System (LSSMS-1)”, seeks information from U. S. private sector commercial organizations and organizations which may become, or spin-off, commercial organizations on concepts and rough order of magnitude (ROM) costs for robotic, uncrewed lunar surface science mobility systems to transport and operate scientific/exploration instruments and technology demonstration payloads on future NASA missions.
This request is the first opportunity in that process. Army leadership supports significant industry participation in defining the revised OMFV approach. Future opportunities will include industry days, one-on-one sessions and sharing draft documents for industry comment, etc.
Develop a compact, lightweight, engine-driven power generation system for vehicle and export electrical power with high specific power (kilowatts per kilogram) that fits within the confines of the chassis of recreational off-highway vehicles (ROVs) to meet expected power and energy demands and allow for future mission growth.
The AD, Autonomy wants to leverage industry in a dialogue to explore a heterogeneous mix of low-cost autonomous manned and unmanned platforms operating in concert, where the unmanned platforms may provide weapons, sensors, C2, or any combination of capabilities. Fire Support Next seeks to exploit these technologies to improve the speed, lethality, and optimization of fire support operations. Interested parties are requested to respond to this RFI no later than noon Eastern Time, 10 February 2020. While this is an opportunity outside of the NAMC, we are respectfully requesting that members that submit information to this RFI, please include in their response that they are members of the NAMC and also please let us know that you are responding at Info@NAMConsortium.org. This will help us to make a case for competing the resulting requirements through the consortium.