Autonomous navigation in GPS denied environments has been delivered to the US Army by Provectus Robotics Solutions. The order of 10 UGVs for use at 5 different bases both in the U.S and outside continental US locations was delivered in December of 2019. Featuring the “STAR” system, (Sub Terranean Autonomous Resupply), installed on the Ontario Drive and Gear Argo J8, the UGV can follow a soldier or vehicle from GPS enabled to GPS denied areas, mapping its environment and building a map for return to start navigation. The US Army is training soldiers to use the UGV to lighten the load of the war-fighter and autonomously send back the vehicle to base for resupply of addition supplies, tools, ammunition, and food. This force multiplier removes soldiers from harms way and allows for operations to continue without removing force in the forward position. New A.I. developments also include filtering of benign obstacles such as tall grass, rain, snow, and dust which is typically a challenge difficult to overcome with today’s sensor packages. The systems also includes a user friendly control application on an Android OS smart phone. The application allows for tele-operation, vehicle systems telemetry, and mission planning and editing. All these technologies developed for defence applications can also be installed on any vehicle platform for civilian and commercial applications.