Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Russia’s military showed the latest military and special purpose robotic systems

The Russian defence companies showcased its latest military and special purpose robotic systems in the «Patriot» exhibition center.

All the exhibition stands are 89 samples of modern Russian robotic systems and technologies. About 20 of them – aerial application, including unmanned aerial systems, vehicles and aircraft.

Some samples are shown for the first time. For example, one of these developments is a multifunctional robotic complex, created on the basis of unmanned boats. Complex curb the family of the individual elements, including off-camera vision system mounted on unmanned drone. Available offline marine RTK be 7 days, a cruising range of up to 300 miles.

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Also for the first time presents an updated sample of ground-based robotic complex “Whirlwind” with increased firepower, control systems and communications. The complex is a combination of multiple robots: platforms, BMP-3, well-proven in combat conditions; remotely-managed module with 57-mm and 30-mm automatic cannons; small RTK, designed to deliver ammunition and other goods, and BLAH Copernico type. The system operates remotely by the crew or in semi-Autonomous mode at a distance of 1 kilometer. The range of the vehicle is 600 km and a top speed of 60 km/h.

 

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