This new robot dog equipped with a formidable weapon is going to make you cold in the back

In terms of robotics, one of the best companies on the market today is Boston Dynamics! The company has already stood out more than once with its hyper-intelligent, four-legged robots. Today, the subject of this article concerns another company that has decided to equip their quadrupedal robots with an option that really shivers down your spine. A machine that has just been presented at the US Army convention.

A robot dog with a weapon that chills your back

Indeed we remember the robot dog developed by Boston Dynamics and used by the Massachusetts police and today, robotics goes even further. Even further since another company, Ghost Robotics has also embarked on the development of quadrupedal robotic models, with an assault rifle grafted onto his back.

Ghost Robotics just unveiled its range called Spur which stands for Special Purpose Unnmanned Rifled which offers a robot dog equipped with an assault rifle. The robot has just been presented at the US Army convention and should therefore, logically, come to the aid of the soldiers on the ground. Hopefully we will never come across this robot around the corner to bring order! “

This robot is equipped with an MK-17 Mode 1, a weapon developed by Sword International specializing in assault rifles. Tear of a caliber of 6.5 mm in question has a night vision telescope and can, thanks to its optical zoom x30 to shoot up to 1200 meters!

Worse, if the description scares you, here’s something to terrify you: the robot dog is able to move and shoot with extreme precision !

For the moment, this robot is being developed only for the service of the American army, in particular to reinforce the military for demining missions. Except thatin the United States, no law prohibits their marketing and development. And that really shivers down your spine … See you soon to see if our society will not turn into an episode of Black Mirror


Source: Hitek : actualité geek et tests high tech by hitek.fr.

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