Ein handliches Raupenfahrzeug aus Russland:

Zitat:Der russische Roboterhersteller Lobaev hat einen Kampfroboter für das Schlachtfeld der Zukunft gebaut. Der "Minirex" ist längst nicht so harmlos, wie sein Name vermuten lässt. Das zeigt ein Video der Waffenschmiede.
*Foren-Necromancer am Werk*
Russland hat einen Kampfroboter namens Uran-9 entwickelt, der u.a. für Aufklärungs- und Feuerunterstützungsaufgaben ausgelegt ist. Der Uran-9 ist in der Standardausführung bis an die Zähne bewaffnet, und zwar mit einer 30mm Kanone, einer koaxial eingebauten MG Kaliber 7,62mm und Panzerabwehr-FK Ataka. Die Ausrüstung umfasst u.a auch ein Laserwarnsystem.
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Zitat:Russia to start promoting Uran-9 combat robotic system

In 2016 Rosoboronexport (part of the Rostec State Corporation) will begin to promote the Uran-9 combat multipurpose robotic system in the international market.

The Uran-9 is designed to provide remote reconnaissance and fire support to combined arms, recon and counter-terror units. It consists of two recon and fire support robots, a tractor for their transportation and a mobile control post.
Die Russen haben jetzt auch ihre Doktrin für dieses Fahrzeug vorgestellt: es wird dezentral von der Infanterie direkt im Kampfgeschehen gelenkt werden und direkt als Begleitpanzer für Infanterie-Verbände dienen. ... -tank.html

Zitat:The latest in a long line of military robots made in Russia, the Uran-9 unmanned ground combat vehicle is loaded with a machine gun, a 30mm cannon that fires 350 to 400 rounds per minute, a coaxial 7.62mm machine gun and a battery of supersonic guided missiles.

Zitat:According to the developers, Uran-9 will not be treated as a weapon system but rather deployed with an infantry unit. Fully loaded, the Uran-9 weighs around 10 tons and looks like a small tank.

It also boasts a cutting-edge laser warning system, target detection, high-tech identification and tracking equipment.
Ein wenig über das THEMIS UGV: ... b8ad83.jpg ... s-variant/

Zitat:Milrem will showcase their THeMIS (Tracked Hybrid Modular Infantry System) at Eurosatory 2016, with one live demonstration featuring an equipped ST Kinetics remote weapon system and a static C-IED solution.

The C-IED solution will be equipped with a new generation of sensors for EOD detection, although the company declined to reveal the cooperation partner.

Kuldar Väärsi, CEO Milrem, told Shephard that the company is ready to begin taking orders for the basic remote controlled UGV platform, with production able to begin at the start of 2017.

‘In addition to the basic unit we are capable to integrate (in cooperation with our partners) to the vehicle three different modules: C-IED, 3D mapping and sensors, transportation.

‘C-IED has definitely strong potential on the military market. 3D mapping is more targeted to commercial market, but has good potential as border guarding solution.’

The THeMIS platform recently completed a series of trials with the Estonian Defence Forces during a simulated battlefield exercise.

Soldiers tested the Milrem vehicle for three days, using it mainly for transporting equipment and materials; something that is typically done manually or with larger vehicles.

In a released statement Väärsi said: ‘Previously developed unmanned vehicles only performed specific tasks. However THeMIS, can be customized to carry out different operations, leveraging its unique modular design and robust components.’

The platform has been showcased at a number of shows in recent months and a commercial product line that utilises similar unmanned technology will also be introduced in the US in the near future.

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