ARV

(redirected from Armed Robotic Vehicle)
AcronymDefinition
ARVApproximate Retail Value
ARVAntiretroviral
ARVAdvanced Re-Entry Vehicle (aeronautics)
ARVAnnual Rental Value (taxes)
ARVArmored Reconnaissance Vehicle
ARVArmoured Recovery Vehicle
ARVAudi Road Vision
ARVAfter Repair Value (real estate)
ARVArmed Robotic Vehicle
ARVArmed Response Vehicle
ARVArmored Recovery Vehicle
ARVAIDS-Related Virus
ARVAfter Repaired Value
ARVAmerican Rottweiler Verein (German: American Rottweiler Club; est. 1989)
ARVAdult Retrieval Victoria (Australia)
ARVAverage Retail Value
ARVAir Release Valve
ARVAssociative Remote Viewing
ARVArkansas River Valley
ARVAmerican Revised Version
ARVAlien Reproduction Vehicle
ARVAircraft Repair Ship
ARVAfrican Rift Valley (Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Colorado Springs, CO)
ARVAmateur Radio Victoria (Australia)
ARVAccommodation and Repair Vessel (offshore operations in the oil and gas industry)
ARVAerial Reconnaissance Vehicle
ARVArray Response Vector
ARVAménagements Routiers Varois (French construction company)
ARVAeration Room Vent
ARVAccountability Reliability Velocity (Six Sigma)
ARVAtelier de Réalité Virtuelle (French: Virtual Reality Workshop)
ARVAirborne Relay Vehicle
ARVAcquisition Review Committee
ARVAssociation Rules Viewer (software)
ARVAtmospheric Release Valve
ARVAspect Ratio Value
ARVAir Reducing Valve
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The FCS programme consists of 18 manned and unmanned systems, including: Infantry Carrier Vehicle, Command and Control Vehicle, Mounted Combat System: Reconnaissance and Surveillance Vehicle, Non-Line of Sight-Cannon (NlosC), Non-Line of Sight-Mortar: FCS Recovery and Maintenance Vehicle, Medical Treatment and Evacuation, Unattended ground sensors (UGS), Non-Line of Sight-Launch System (NlosLS), Intelligent Munitions System (IMS), Four classes (Classes I through IV) of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) organic to platoon, company, battalion and brigade combat team echelons, Armed Robotic Vehicle (ARV), Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle (SUGV) and Multifunctional Utility/Logistics and Equipment Vehicle (Mule).
The armed robotic vehicle is shaping up to become a very expensive program, with a price tag of about $5 million, nor including sensors, said Yakovak.
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