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Russian military have developed a robot of unknown purpose

766th Management Production and Processing Equipment (JSC “UPTK 766”) has developed an autonomous combat robotic system for Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation.

The Russian military have developed a robot of unknown purpose. According to experts, robot modules can be placed anti-tank missiles and reconnaissance and signaling equipment.

Battle complex includes a tracked chassis on soft suspension, optical-radar station, cameras, thermal imaging and night vision devices. The machine is armed with coaxial machine gun; In addition, both sides found two boxes remotely resembling aircraft nacelle.

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JSC “766 UPTK” declined to comment on the purpose and characteristics of this technology, citing military secrets.

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