martes, 29 de abril de 2014

Artículo sobre los desarrollos de robots de combate en la Federación Rusa

Noticias Ejército Ruso

El magazine New Scientist ha publicado un artículo sobre el desarrollo de la tecnología de robots de combate en la Federación Rusa que los pone bastante bien y aquí va una reseña para que entréis y lo leáis para ver la opinión que tienen sobre la tecnología rusa y lo que la rodea...

Armed Russian robocops to defend missile bases
HE West has always been a little squeamish about the idea of arming robots. Despite decades of development, no systems have ever been deployed and a vocal human rights campaign means it's unlikely to happen in the near future. The Russians, on the other hand, appear to be rather less concerned.
Last month, Dmitry Andreyev of the Russian Strategic Missile Forcesannounced that mobile robots would be standing guard over five ballistic missile installations. These robots can detect and destroy targets, without human involvement. Russia, it seems, is taking the lead in a new robotic arms race.
The robot sentry, aka the "mobile robotic complex", was developed by Izhevsk Radio Plant, a company based 1200 kilometres east of Moscow. It weighs around 900 kilograms and has cameras, a laser rangefinder and radar sensors. For fire power it has a 12.7-millimetre heavy machine gun, with optional smaller weapons. It is quick too, hitting speeds of 45 kilometres per hour on a petrol engine. It can operate for 10 hours, or switch to sleep mode for a week.

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