China develops robot support for war forces

China has developed what it claims to be the world’s largest electric four-legged robot to assist the Chinese military with logistical and reconnaissance missions.

The four-legged robot can carry up to 352 pounds (160 kilograms) of payload and operate at a speed of six miles (10 kilometers) per hour.

The platform chassis is designed to withstand tough off-grid military missions and tackle a variety of terrain, including slopes, ditches, grasslands, fields, deserts, snow, and muddy roads.

Despite being advertised as the heaviest and largest four-legged robot, the high-tech robot can run, jump, spin and walk diagonally.

In addition to the new robot, China has an electronic mechanical dog called Geda that weighs 32 kilograms (70.5 pounds) and can carry 40 kilograms (88.1 pounds) of payload.

Al Jundi

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