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Russia turns to robotics

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Today robotics is at the forefront of scientific progress. This is one of the most high-tech industries. It combines the widest range of the most advanced technologies. The need to invest money in the development of this industry is not a tribute to fashion, but a fully realized need, which is very important for the development of a state like Russia. The development of robotics is important to ensure the security of the country, the economy and our social sphere.


Last year was spent in print and online media under the publication of various materials about American robotics, in particular, they wrote a lot about the four-legged robot Big Dog. Currently, in the USA, big money is invested in the development of robotics, and the country has visible success in this direction. However, Russia has no reason to chase the “Big Dog”. Today, in our country, there are the necessary technologies and the necessary knowledge in order to move on its own way in this industry. True, to move forward, a number of large-scale tasks have to be solved, the industry has to be restored from scratch.

Historical basis

In Russia, there is something on which to build such an industry. We still have the foundation, our school and traditions since the times of the USSR. At the same time, the Russian school of robotics began to take shape even before the word “innovation” appeared in our language. One cannot say that everything that has been developed in the Soviet Union is irretrievably lost today. This is not true. School and traditions are still strong and hold on to a solid basis, which was laid by previous generations.

Russia turns to robotics
Lunokhod-1

One of the most notable achievements of the domestic robotics and science was the creation of KB them. Lavochkin "Lunokhod-1". It was the Soviet apparatus that became the first planet-navigator in the world, which successfully fulfilled its mission on the surface of another celestial body. In the West, the effect of the launch of the Lunokhod-1 was compared with the launch into space of the first artificial satellite of the Earth.

The USSR had impressive achievements in the field of the military-industrial complex. In the Soviet Union, they didn’t spare money for the defense industry; therefore, the country created truly revolutionary samples for its time. One of them was the unmanned reconnaissance drone DBR-1, which was adopted by the USSR Air Force as early as 1964. DBR-1 was intended for the implementation of long-range unmanned radio engineering and photo reconnaissance areas. Such a device, being launched from the western regions of the country, could carry out reconnaissance tasks over the entire territory of Western and Central Europe.

The Soviet Union achieved tangible success in the development and production of industrial robots. In 1973, the country launched a program of the State Committee on Science and Technology, which included the development and introduction of industrial robots into production. The program brought the first fruits already in the five-year period of 1975-1980. During this time, the Soviet industry has mastered the serial production of 40 models of robots. In 1980, the first pneumatic industrial robot MP-8 with technical vision and positional control appeared in the country. By the end of 1980, 6 of thousands of robots worked in the Soviet industry, which made up 20% of their global number. By the end of 1985, the USSR was in the lead in this area, the number of industrial robots in the country exceeded 40 thousand, which was 40% of their global number and exceeded the number of robots used in the USA several times.


The robot to eliminate the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant

Another success of the Soviet robotics was associated with the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. In the aftermath of the accident at a nuclear power plant, IRA robots and Mobot-ChHV robots participated, which worked directly in the accident zone. These were mobile robots, created in Moscow State Technical University named after Bauman. With the help of these robots, a full cleaning cycle was carried out and the roof of the third power unit of the Chernobyl NPP was prepared for concreting. In total, the modular 15 type robots, which solve various tasks, were used in the aftermath of the accident.

The development path of robotics

With all the diversity and abundance of materials on robotics in Russia, the concept of using them in the interests of the armed forces is hardly discussed. In such a situation, when there are no clear answers, how and what future combat robots will be used for, what capabilities they will have, what tasks to solve, it is impossible to fully develop robotic complexes. In order to rectify this situation and designate the direction of development, the Advanced Research Fund was established in Russia. The main tasks of the Foundation are to support promising scientific developments and research in the field of the country's defense, which will enable the development of breakthrough, unparalleled technologies of military, special, and dual-use.

According to Vladimir Putin, the Advanced Research Foundation has already reviewed more than 1000 various scientific and technical proposals, from which 77 promising projects were selected. For 12, priority projects have already begun the process of their implementation in practice. In 2014, the Russian budget allocates a billion rubles to 3,5 for these purposes. This fund should become a kind of elevator for the most promising defense innovations. Also, according to Dmitry Rogozin, in 2013, in Russia, a special interdepartmental working group "Robotics Laboratory" was created at the Military-Industrial Commission. This group plays the role of a kind of integration platform and a center of competence between customers of robotics, science and industry.


MRK-RC, mobile robotic complex of radiation and chemical reconnaissance

At present, most of the robots entering the armament of various countries of the world are controlled platforms on which various video cameras, reconnaissance sensors, special means or weapon systems are mounted. No matter how perfect these mechanisms would be, in fact, such a philosophy is fundamentally no different from the Soviet “Teletancans”, which were not just produced, but were in service with the Soviet army in the 30-40s of the last century. The work of each such robot is often provided by a whole division, it is worth noting that this approach is already morally obsolete.

It is possible to expand the combat capabilities of army units not only by giving them robotic systems and equipment, but also by developing and creating an intelligent control system. weapons and technology, creating a kind of "soldierly intellect" system, which will make the robot a full-fledged element of the combat unit, creating a "man-computer" interface. That is, the achievement of such a situation, when one soldier will be able to control several robots at once, and not several military people with one machine. To do this, we need a smart robotics, which can perform all the tasks in the most autonomous mode with minimal load on the operator.

The artificial intelligence of new robots is mainly effective algorithms of machine vision, as well as mathematical models of recognition of various images. Modern robots should not just see the picture and transfer it to the operator, they should independently recognize certain objects on it, be it a terrorist in a crowd or an enemy tank. At the same time, Russia has always been famous for its achievements precisely in the field of mathematics. The Russian school of mathematics today is one of the best on the planet. At the same time, mathematics is the science that has to solve one of the main tasks of future robotics. Its appearance will be determined not only by the designs of mechanical drives and platforms, but also by the construction of differential equations.


Russian robot android SAR-401

At the same time, today our country is one of the leaders in the development of machine vision technologies. In the past few years, many foreign high-tech companies are striving to enter the Russian market in order to purchase the appropriate technology or place orders in our country for advanced research in this area. The first industrial robots with technical vision were created in the USSR back in 1980.

In addition, modern robots should be able to act in a group. We have been working on this problem for a long time in our country too. Back in 1983, the unique P-700 “Granit” anti-ship complex was adopted by the USSR Navy. A feature of the complex was the fact that during a salvo launch of missiles, they can independently line up in battle order and during the flight exchange information among themselves, independently distributing targets. In this case, one of the missiles of the complex can play the role of a leader, occupying a higher echelon of attack.

In a year, testing of the android robot will begin in Russia

Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, who oversees the development of the Russian military-industrial complex, believes that robots today should be not only smart, but universal. At the same time, androids are the most versatile - anthropomorphic (human-like) robots that can completely replace a person in the future, working with various standard tools, for example, with surgery, or using various weapons. At the same time, one robot-android will be able to solve a very wide range of tasks - combat operations, demining, searching for various objects, rendering medical assistance, etc.

Rogozin notes that in this area, Russia has a significant technological reserve and achievements, including those that have no analogues in the world. According to him, in the near future, the Advanced Research Foundation will begin implementing a project to develop a basic anthropomorphic robotic platform. Already, it is reported that the Russian-made Android will have a whole range of features - these are “sensitive” manipulators, control using a copying suit, and a modern 3D vision system. It is reported that the operator will be able not only to transmit his movements absolutely exactly to the robot, but also to receive feedback from him, which will allow him to control well the effort when capturing various objects. In practice, this is the implementation of the avatar project, when the android operator can control the robot from a distance.


Russian robot android SAR-401

According to Dmitry Rogozin, the first phase of work on this project is planned to be completed already in 2015. The result of the first stage will be testing the android robot in the field. Android will have to do work using a variety of tools, overcome an obstacle course, and drive a car.

The first sign of this project was the Russian anthropomorphic space robot SAR-401, which was presented to the public on November 27, 2013, at the Cosmonaut Training Center (CSC) located in Star City. In the future, this robot is planned to be sent onboard the ISS, where it will be used to perform various jobs in open space. As Vyacheslav Sychkov, the executive director of the project developer of the project “Android technology” NGO, told SAR-401, the prototype was created in 2013, currently various technologies are being developed with the help of this robot.

An important advantage of the anthropomorphic robot SAR-401 developers called high precision movements. The principle of operation of this device is based on the repetition of the movements of a human operator, who is dressed in a special suit. According to Vyacheslav Sychkov, the robot operator can be located onboard the ISS or even on Earth, while the robot will work in outer space. Responding to questions about the cost of SAR-401, Sychkov said that the work on the project has not been fully completed, so the cost of the robot cannot be talked about yet. At the same time, he stressed that the Russian android will be much cheaper than its American counterpart. The developers hope that in the near future their robot-android will be able to perform up to 90% of all work on board the International Space Station.

Information sources:
http://www.rg.ru/2014/03/21/kiborgi.html
http://statehistory.ru/4498/Istoriya-sovetskoy-robototekhniki
http://www.strf.ru/material.aspx?CatalogId=221&d_no=73080#.UzMbvrR_rsM
http://vz.ru/society/2013/11/27/661597.html
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  1. saag
    saag 27 March 2014 08: 48
    +9
    you need to take a tarantula spider and build a robotic robot in its guise, conduct tests at night or at dawn on the Crimean border :-)
    1. inkass_98
      inkass_98 27 March 2014 09: 25
      +6
      So, we will produce a spider-maydaunoeda? wassat
  2. Dazdranagon
    Dazdranagon 27 March 2014 08: 54
    +7
    Good luck to the developers! It certainly hurt, but it is also necessary to replace the means of production with components by domestic ones. hi
  3. Rupor
    Rupor 27 March 2014 08: 58
    +4
    Yes, I would rather! You look at the development of boston dynamics and already salivating run! My will would have gathered scientific and engineering personnel in two independent robot centers in St. Petersburg and in Nizhny, for example, would have allocated them funding for a full and sensible curator from the Ministry of Defense. Plus priority manufacturing of the required parts by industrial sites. Tasks: a combat robot with a high level of autonomy, a mini-robot reconnaissance simulating an animal or insect, a module for robotic control of existing samples of military equipment instead of humans, an assistant robot for an infantry unit (transportation of goods, generation of electricity, evacuation of the wounded, delivery of ammunition, etc.)
    1. Normal
      Normal 27 March 2014 12: 31
      0
      Quote: Rupor
      Yes, it would be more likely! ..... My will would have gathered scientific and engineering personnel in two independent robot centers in St. Petersburg and in Nizhny, for example, would have allocated funding for them with a full and sensible curator from the Ministry of Defense.


      Beria aviation design sharashka. There is nothing new under the sun
      1. Metlik
        Metlik 27 March 2014 13: 37
        0
        Quote: Normal
        My will would have collected scientific and engineering personnel in two independent robot centers in St. Petersburg and in Nizhny, for example, would have allocated them funding for a full and sensible curator from the Ministry of Defense.


        This approach gives results, if there is scientific evidence, there is a project ready for implementation. And we are starting almost from scratch.


        As regards promising projects, it would not be bad for us to learn from America. A powerful propaganda of science and inventions among the population, and especially youth, is deployed there. Pass constant new development contests with big prizes to the winners, grants are given to the best teams. The bet is placed on private initiative and it pays off.
        1. Voronbit
          Voronbit 27 March 2014 22: 59
          0
          100% agree ..... only Normal forgot about the main Baumanka institute
          1. Engineer
            Engineer 28 March 2014 02: 25
            0
            Deep misconception ... There are other institutions that have battle robots .... and not toys
        2. Engineer
          Engineer 28 March 2014 01: 21
          0
          And we are starting almost from scratch.
          Hmm ... there will be time to look and read - http://www.mriprogress.ru/_files/M7.pdf
    2. vik2014
      vik2014 27 March 2014 16: 26
      +4
      ........................
    3. Engineer
      Engineer 28 March 2014 01: 24
      0
      My will would have collected scientific and engineering personnel in two independent robot centers in St. Petersburg and in Nizhny, for example, would have allocated them funding for a full and sensible curator from the Ministry of Defense.
      Everything has already been done .... Something has already been described here ... http: //www.mriprogress.ru/_files/M12.pdf
  4. Letun
    Letun 27 March 2014 09: 00
    +2
    The most important thing is an autonomous energy source for robots. For some reason, they are delicately silent about this. The point is that power cables are suitable for robots at exhibitions, but how will your androids work offline? Batteries? ICE? Gas turbine engines?
    1. Andriuha077
      Andriuha077 27 March 2014 11: 56
      +1
      Place a derated turbine from a cruise missile. Or smaller, model. No problems.
      1. Letun
        Letun 27 March 2014 12: 55
        0
        Quote: Andriuha077
        Place a derated turbine from a cruise missile. Or smaller, model. No problems.

        Of course not. Is it a problem to carry a kerosene barrel smile
        1. Andriuha077
          Andriuha077 27 March 2014 12: 58
          +1
          kerosene

          One liter of which, taking into account the efficiency, will give 10 megajoules, replacing a ton of batteries. Of course, we drag, and only so.
    2. Voronbit
      Voronbit 27 March 2014 22: 38
      0
      what kind of gas turbines ... is that the tank7777 ... development is MANDATORY ... and power sources are a separate issue ................. one stimulates the other
  5. saag
    saag 27 March 2014 09: 03
    +3
    Quote: Letun
    Batteries? ICE? Gas turbine engines?

    Fuel cells (approximately such - http://lavent.ru/vodorodnye-toplivnye-elementy/) + battery
    1. Andriuha077
      Andriuha077 27 March 2014 12: 08
      0
      You can’t crawl away on such ones. We read:
      1. Electric kettle | 10 minutes per day | 200 W | 1,2 days

      Are the authors scoffing, or where did they get the kettle on the 200 W? I have 2100 watts, for example.
      The solution is written above.
      1. saag
        saag 27 March 2014 12: 21
        0
        a robot with a turbine is strong, but fuel cells with a battery are more promising, firstly quieter, secondly it is convenient to use indoors, not to mention under water
        1. Andriuha077
          Andriuha077 27 March 2014 12: 24
          +2
          Elements, of course, are needed, but only at the time of launch.
          1. Expensive, moody and not economical.
          2. Power tends to zero, or the mass goes off scale, in comparison with real energy sources.
          And in the future, yes, the boundary between fuel cells and turbines will disappear, with the widespread introduction of jet-film dynamic oxidation methods, see demonstrators and patents.

          Not yet - 2kW in this size:
      2. EDW
        EDW 27 March 2014 12: 47
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        Quote: Andriuha077
        You can’t crawl away on such ones. We read:
        1. Electric kettle | 10 minutes per day | 200 W | 1,2 days

        Are the authors scoffing, or where did they get the kettle on the 200 W? I have 2100 watts, for example.
        The solution is written above.

        Not certainly in that way.
        200W is not the power of the kettle (per hour) - but consumed in 10 minutes.
        And the power consumed per hour will be 6 times greater - 1,2 kW / h.
        It seems that the battery will last 48 minutes continuously with such a kettle (or 4,8 days for 10 minutes, as it is written there).
        1. Andriuha077
          Andriuha077 27 March 2014 12: 56
          0
          Here it should be taken into account that the consumed capacity is measured in J / s = W (how many joules squeezed per second is a watt).
          And in a day the device will give out 1,2days * 200W = 240J.
          It seems that the battery will provide ridiculously little, unsuitable in principle.
          Cons. power per day (W * h)
          Hours per day wink
          1. EDW
            EDW 27 March 2014 13: 36
            0
            It seems we are not talking about that.
            You are considering the weakest fuel cell (which is the HC100, and also the HC200 and HC400, which I wrote about above, and which is in the last photo).
            If the consumer's power is 1,2 kW / h, then at 220V this battery will produce its own 5,45 A, and it completely stores 1 kW / h of electric energy.
            There even further refueling cylinders are described. NS-MN1200 - 220Ah (at 12V). The weight of the cylinder is 11 kg. You can connect and use a similar cylinder to increase the capacity immediately with a fuel cell.

            And why consider the electric power of the kettle in joules =)
            I have not seen a power indicated in J / s on any kettle.
            The capacity of industrial and auto batteries is also usually measured not in J / s, but in A / h.

            In general, this is not for the sake of argument, but to the fact that there is a point in fuel cells for robotics, but alas, it is not clear with the infrastructure. = (
            1. Andriuha077
              Andriuha077 27 March 2014 13: 54
              +1
              Let's try to talk about that. Here is the human power - 100-500W (cyclists of different categories, watts per kg of body weight). We choose any desired mass, functionality and power of the android, short-term and long-term (for constant mode).


              This and any battery will produce kWh, not /. It will not let through a sufficiently large power, despite the size of the container: the service life of the membranes is limited. sky-high prices. (Therefore, inkjet elements for electric vehicles without a membrane have already been invented).

              The power of the kettle is considered in watts (which are joules per second) and indicated on the case. 1 calories, about 4,18 joules, heat 1 grams of water by one degree, therefore 200 watt kettles do not (probably, they would only make sense in the format of a small coffee cup).
              I see power in watts (= J * s) on every teapot, except for some Chinese ones.

              Yes, why do we need geography when there are coachmen, and abroad will help us. wink
              But still:
              Set android tasks.
              Set the refueling mode (once a week, a month when you find it yourself, or every evening).
              Noise level (sound, heat, other ranges of emitted electromagnetic interference) and its permissible character throughout the mission.
              And then you can, without departing from here, choose the available inexpensive type of power plant.
              1. EDW
                EDW 27 March 2014 14: 39
                0
                Yomoyo smile Well, there’s no two hundred-watt kettle by reference, but there’s the usual 1200W, which turns on twice a day for 5 minutes.

                Well, let's do a scout: according to the table Exellent Cat. 1 - 5 W for long-term operation, we take the mass for 100 kg - a total of 500 W / h. The available HC400 battery lasts for 2 hours, and with the HC-MH1200 there will be 7 hours of continuous movement.

                P.S. I don’t think that a deformed turbine from a cruise missile will significantly increase stealth in terms of noise and radiation.
                You see, nevertheless, watts per hour and convert them to J.
                If you are a proponent of using kerosene instead of hydrogen, that's what fuel cells are already doing.
                1. Andriuha077
                  Andriuha077 27 March 2014 15: 09
                  +2
                  I am a supporter of a multi-fuel turbine - at least on what the tanks feed on (because you can always find such fuel).
                  C.p.d. all the nodes of the robot are weaker than the human, the power will have to be doubled, tripled and so on, but this is not a problem.
                  Not the fact that you need to convert all power into electro: hydraulics will be better in some places. On the duplicated high-pressure hydraulics, the main power systems, and on the electrics, the driving drives of that hydraulics and other low-power units. Hydraulics do not fonit, electric motors are left low-power. Standby short-term electric movement (limited power) in start, stealth and emergency mode.
                  Redistribution of heat for masking - by irrigation and thermoelectric elements.
                  The main turbine and a couple of micro, on duty.
                  The main protected internal tank for a day of movement, or a month of duty, or an hour of action.
                  1. EDW
                    EDW 27 March 2014 15: 35
                    +2
                    Well, here everything is on the shelves. I am for the constructive. You +, although hydraulics also have some disadvantages.

                    For the sake of interest, I will try to calculate the energy and weight of your option at leisure (servos + hydraulics at least 10 joints, without redundancy, with a turbine power plant of 2 kW or more).
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                    2. Andriuha077
                      Andriuha077 27 March 2014 21: 52
                      0
                      count at your leisure

                      Most likely, if you feed the hydro from the turbine itself, the weakness of the backup electric drive during its promotion to the mode can be compensated by the peak load of electric motors, with cooling of the iron of electric motors (there are such) from the same hydraulics.
                      ~
                  2. saag
                    saag 27 March 2014 18: 18
                    +1
                    Quote: Andriuha077
                    I am a supporter of a multi-fuel turbine

                    how will the turbine work under water? The robot needs to force a water barrier, the depth is not known, in the case of an electric drive, the whole thing is to isolate the electrics and control electronics
                    1. Andriuha077
                      Andriuha077 27 March 2014 21: 40
                      0
                      work under water

                      Positive buoyancy due to armored plates made of foam materials (minimum). Dynamic immersion under electric traction or snorkel, or with an additional small air spring. Everything is run in tanks, boats and related equipment. Further, with a refined statement of the problem.
                  3. Voronbit
                    Voronbit 27 March 2014 23: 13
                    0
                    Well, you’re right Capek .... there’s all-consuming! steam engine of the beginning of the steam era ........ or are you talking about 3 episodes Back to the future7
                  4. Voronbit
                    Voronbit 27 March 2014 23: 20
                    0
                    crap ... I’ll learn the principle of the action of human muscles ... and I’ll keep silent about the energy conversion system in organisms ..... no, I’ll say, the most complicated mechanism ... I’m silent about the control system
              2. Voronbit
                Voronbit 27 March 2014 23: 08
                0
                say not tossing the bags .... it is necessary to develop a RTC ... but let other scientists and engineers take care of the energy sources .... let's sit on the ass. until there is an independent source777777
  6. Ingvar 72
    Ingvar 72 27 March 2014 09: 20
    +7
    Russian robot android SAR-401
    DAM-1 android robot, an advanced model for sabotage actions in the upper echelons of power. laughing
    1. inkass_98
      inkass_98 27 March 2014 09: 27
      +4
      Quote: Ingvar 72
      DAM-1 android robot, an advanced model for sabotage in the upper echelons of power

      Yes, as soon as I saw Dimsika in the photo, somehow doubts crept in right away about the future of our robotics am .
      1. Voronbit
        Voronbit 27 March 2014 23: 29
        0
        !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ......... I do not know Dimsik, but one day I ran into situevina 1v1 !!!!!!!!!!!!!
  7. Rupor
    Rupor 27 March 2014 09: 27
    0
    Here is a very interesting domestic project, video

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bB-oS914Iqo

    [img] http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bB-oS914Iqo [/ img]
  8. DAGESTAN333
    DAGESTAN333 27 March 2014 09: 35
    +4
    It seems to me that until we have production of our chips at least at the technological process level of 0.045 μm, we will not see our robots (I mean, as an independent combat unit).
    1. Voronbit
      Voronbit 28 March 2014 01: 17
      0
      not so much an ambush ... android robots are actuators, sensors, a system of corrective links, which requires not so much a reduction in size and speed, but good mathematics and accuracy of parts and assembly
  9. KAPITANUS
    KAPITANUS 27 March 2014 10: 14
    +8
    2058 during the battle for the city, 850 robotic infantrymen and 23 drone were lost, one human operator received a burn from a glass of coffee spilled on himself ...
    1. Voronbit
      Voronbit 28 March 2014 01: 24
      0
      .... and since then he did not drink coffee, did not eat normal food and shot himself because he was always cold
  10. Andriuha077
    Andriuha077 27 March 2014 11: 30
    0
    In the picture: the Russian Android draftee a second before he lapped the privatizer of slaps in the face at the farthest.
  11. Gagarin
    Gagarin 27 March 2014 12: 12
    +3
    The opinion is of course very amateurish, BUT PHOTO VERY LIKED.
    1. Normal
      Normal 27 March 2014 12: 25
      +6
      Quote: Gagarin
      PHOTO VERY LIKED.


      There are at least two robots in this image. which one is currently controlled by the operator? laughing
      1. Andriuha077
        Andriuha077 27 March 2014 12: 27
        +3
        The operator restrains a smart robot in the center so that it does not overlap the stupid privatizer on the right. Distracted for a second - and that’s all, Russia is saved.
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  12. Peacemaker
    Peacemaker 27 March 2014 15: 47
    0
    Russia turns to robotics
    Interestingly, before that, what was it turned? Avatars and droids ... We are waiting for the Naked SCHWARZNEGER TERMINATOR from the future!
  13. schizophrenic
    schizophrenic 27 March 2014 16: 18
    +1
    When an exoskeleton is taken, a very necessary thing will be taken and will give operating time on controlled robots.
    1. Voronbit
      Voronbit 27 March 2014 23: 02
      0
      we have been engaged in exoskeleton for a long time .... they just financed it in any way
    2. Voronbit
      Voronbit 27 March 2014 23: 32
      0
      Yes, and TAU textbooks, look, the school was powerful
  14. lestad
    lestad 27 March 2014 16: 43
    +1
    need to create your own element base
    1. Voronbit
      Voronbit 27 March 2014 22: 07
      0
      there was a base ... I don’t know. as it is today .... I think that optics ... in the sense of optical logic systems .... I am an amateur ... missiles today are not guided by processors ... rigid logic ... .Every nanosecond is expensive .... and the question is from AI far awayoooo ..... implementation of specific algorithms at a given time .... and the product is a mustache .... there’s nothing for a multitasking processor
  15. iulai
    iulai 27 March 2014 19: 07
    +2
    Has Medvedev appeared? Khan's case!
  16. Voronbit
    Voronbit 27 March 2014 21: 54
    0
    I didn’t read the article ...... but in 1987 at the Department of Robotics in the Tula Polytechnic University with my friend they tried to do neurobionics ... they were young ..... now this mathematician is an accountant. I'm a musician
  17. I think so
    I think so 27 March 2014 23: 46
    +2
    The Russians do not allow Medvedev's robots otherwise a fatal business ... all his undertakings ended in zilch ... as soon as he took up something, this business FAILED right away. Drive it away from everything promising; it bears the seal of a LOSER and an empty bell ... I don’t want the promising business to die ...
  18. Engineer
    Engineer 28 March 2014 01: 17
    0
    Hmm ... weird all this ... 1. First of all, you need to know the role and place of robotic systems in the OSH .... it seems that all developers have a problem with this ...
    1. Voronbit
      Voronbit 28 March 2014 01: 32
      0
      no, the robot is a universal thing and, most importantly, it quickly adapts and can be integrated into different systems .... otherwise it’s cheaper and more reliable
  19. Engineer
    Engineer 28 March 2014 01: 27
    +1
    In Russia, the development of reconnaissance and fire mobile robotic systems is in full swing ...
    Unfortunately, the author does not understand the problems of RTOs for the Russian Armed Forces at all. On the other hand, the 3 CRNII of the RF Ministry of Defense is also not ready to solve the main issues - the combat use of RTOs ....
  20. Dragon-y
    Dragon-y 31 March 2014 12: 52
    +1
    Interestingly, in combat robots will be disabled "3 laws of robotics", or these laws will not be remembered at all ?.