Russian Army Tests New Military Robot

Russia is conducting tests on a new multi-purpose military robot at a training ground belonging to the naval infantry in the Russian Baltic Fleet.

This robot will enable soldiers to perform various tasks in the northwestern military region of Russia.

Equipped with remote control systems, rubber tracks, and two electric motors allowing movement in rugged terrain, the robot has batteries that last for 8 hours on a single charge and can operate in temperatures below 0 degrees Celsius.

Currently, the robot is being tested to assess its capabilities in tasks such as delivering ammunition and supplies, mine clearance, reconnaissance missions, and evacuating the wounded.

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