CRREL hosts Arctic science and technology summit
A specialized MRZR-D4 all-terrain-vehicle with enhancements installed by the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Cold Regions Research (CRREL) and Engineering Laboratory’s mobility team displays a special monitor showing what an infrared camera installed on the vehicle sees during a demonstration and exposition event at the end of the first of three days at a Department of Defense organized Arctic science and technology summit hosted by CRREL. More than 120 attendees from the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard and a multitude of federal agencies, as well as partners from allied nations with interests in the Arctic such as Canada and the United Kingdom, came to CRREL to discuss new technologies being developed, new means of international communication and how to overcome the challenges of maintaining Arctic dominance as a united group.