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Where did the Indian ground-based drone pin the caterpillars?

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The Indian Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has been concerned with the implementation of a program to improve the security system of military facilities. Representatives of the organization say that the system needs to be improved for the reason that the terrorist threat has recently increased.


It is noted that in the past few years alone, terrorists have made at least 12 attempts to attack Indian military targets (primarily at the borders of the disputed state of Jammu and Kashmir). In DRDO add that the terrorists are not going to be limited to attacks solely on military facilities themselves.

From the statement:
They are also willing to choose unprotected targets, for example, residential neighborhoods in which servicemen live with their families.

DRDO introduces the technology of unmanned vehicles and other modern technological solutions for monitoring the situation at military bases and in their immediate vicinity. Thus, an experiment is being conducted on the use of new monitoring and protection tools at a military facility in the southern part of the country. In the newspaper Tribune India published material that the military facility will be surrounded by a "laser wall", radar, as well as vibration sensors. All information flowing from these sensors is analyzed in a special center, and as a result a decision is made on the choice of actions in the event of a threat.

Where did the Indian ground-based drone pin the caterpillars?


Additionally, a ground-based “unmanned” vehicle was presented to DRDO, which could be advanced to the scene at the perimeter to confirm or refute the information about the threat. The ground drone (UGV) has a video camera that transmits information to the center in real time.

Added by:
The ground drone has no lethal weapons.


Dimensions UGV - about 45 cm in length and about 30 cm in width.
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  1. Vard
    Vard April 2 2018 08: 51
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    Interesting thing ... I hope we have one ...
    1. Alex-a832
      Alex-a832 April 2 2018 09: 16
      +1
      Hindus still have to saw and saw before us - these are they who master the basic (relatively) level. We have long had full-fledged robots that not only visually identify, but also allow mine clearance, not to mention other areas.
      1. Shurik70
        Shurik70 April 2 2018 13: 00
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        About ten years ago I saw a video with a similar Israeli-made robot, only the box is black and flatter. For special forces. A standard pistol is inserted inside the box (the box itself is slightly larger than the pistol), and the operator can shoot a pistol through the camera.
    2. MoJloT
      MoJloT April 2 2018 09: 56
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      In the original, it was not an acidic charge of explosives.
  2. Heterocapsa
    Heterocapsa April 2 2018 08: 58
    +1
    Such a thing. At the beginning of the video.

  3. Heterocapsa
    Heterocapsa April 2 2018 09: 01
    +1
    The luxurious designs of "not slaves" must be recognized after association with the European Union are now at a new, unattainable level.
  4. Fedorov
    Fedorov April 2 2018 09: 02
    +1
    In our studies, we made fun of ourselves at the base of 1801, and we drove and fired. And that was in 1991.
    Quite stupid.
    1. Mestny
      Mestny April 2 2018 09: 25
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      So what's so complicated?
      Any school circle of robotics based on, for example, Arduino for 200 rubles, Chinese controllers, sensors and motors can build this in a week.
      And it will ride, and much more, except to shoot of course.
  5. BVS
    BVS April 2 2018 12: 50
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    Quote: Alex-a832
    Hindus still have to saw and saw before us - these are they who master the basic (relatively) level. We have long had full-fledged robots that not only visually identify, but also allow mine clearance, not to mention other areas.

    Do their sizes and communicativeness correlate?