Russia’s robots better at sea and on land
Victor said that after the war the Soviet Union built pilotless aircraft and I have personally been involved in the project of modern remote-controlled tanks. Russia has made tremendous progress in these areas. Although it lags behind in drone technology, it is at the forefront of sea and land robots.
Russia has advanced robots
The Russian military is deploying robots to protect infantrymen. Through this, protection is being given from both front and back and enemies are also being attacked by them. Russia demonstrated the capability of ground robots during a maneuver last year, which can simultaneously fire at enemies with machine guns and also fire missiles. In this, Russia had demonstrated its largest robot Udaan-9, which is 12 tons of barley. It has 30 mm automatic cannon, anti-tank guided missile, launcher and incendiary guns.
Moscow: So far Russia has suffered the most in the ongoing war with Ukraine. But now Russia can use robots to reduce its losses. Russian military expert Viktor Murakhovsky warned state media on Thursday that Russia is believed to be lagging behind in robotics. But the reality is quite the opposite. No military in the world has such a diverse range of robotics other than Russia, and with the recent investments that Russia has made in this area, this situation is not going to change easily.