Indian UGCV & UGV

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  1. rishivashista13

    rishivashista13 Regular Member

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    Great !
    Very useful in plain areas .
    But what I was thinking is will it work in mountains areas like kashmir ??
    Will it able to track vehicles behind mountains ?


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    Mods please ban this troll. He is polluting various threads with a same bullshit.
     
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    Some one seems listening to soldiers ..

     
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    Kalashnikov to unveil new Russian unmanned combat vehicle at «Army 2016»

    Source : http://defence-blog.com/army/kalash...ian-unmanned-combat-vehicle-at-army-2016.html

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    Extremely useful in counter insurgency when laying suppression fire over hidden terrorist held positions ..
     
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    MUNTRA-S with top mounted BFSR ..

     
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    DRDO's unmanned wheeled counter terror "Gun Mounted Robot for the Indian Army's Northern Army Commander Lt Gen DS Hooda at the North Tech Symposium', at Headquarters Northern Command, Udhampur, J&K. The platform will soon be in service.

    Source : Livefist
     
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    Wish those tires were caterpillar track for those rugged uneven terrains.
     
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    This is the first design, I hope the latter version coming off will be bigger and tracked ..
     
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    Indian Army orders 200 Daksh robots to defuse explosives

    Tirupati: Robotics scientist and IIT-Delhi professor, Dr Subir Kumar Saha, speaking at the 104th Indian Science Congress here on Saturday, said that India has progressed a lot in robotics. He said that the Indian Army has placed an order for the manufacture of 200 robots to defuse explosives.

    Dr Saha said that DRDO has developed Daksh, a robot that can defuse bombs. “Orders have been placed with three companies for production of 200 robots. The remotely operated vehicle Daksh, designed and developed by the Research and Development Establi-shment (Engineers) of DRDO, is useful for bomb disposal units of the army, police and paramilitary forces,” he said. He said a treadmill-like walking simulator has also been developed and given to the Secunderabad Army Training Centre.

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    Daksh warrior - Remotely Operated Vehicle
     
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    INDRA Networks brings you Daksh Warrior. A Gun mounted ROV system, with MG3 Grenade Launcher and a 7.62 mm LMG mounted on an unmanned vehicle.

    The system has a range of 500 m in LOS (Line of Sight) and an endurance of about 3 hrs. It can climb stairs too.

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    https://www.facebook.com/TeamINDRA/
     
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    You mean INDRA Networks brings us the pics of DRDO Daksh.... :biggrin2:
     
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    MARS

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    Jio Bhai @Bornubus ... Jio... I was waiting for this news for a while and finally there are some good pictures of the unmanned system.
    Thanks for upload and keep up good work.
     
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    Can they be produced in large quantities? Like toy factories making thousands of them?

    Can we send these unmanned vehicles near enemy posts in the night and attack and throw grenades and open fire and return fast under covering fire?

    We can also place them in the bushes on the LOC and wait for targets and hit them with surprise. They can be used for patrols instead of army men patrolling. It can save our men from ambushes.


    I hope our army makes best use of available technology and save lives of army men.
     
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    drdo need much more advanced r&d all these robots look like some scince project am sure these robot will fail in practical condition (mars and daksh) am really concerned all our tax payers money get wasted in these type low quality robots, we must need futuristic designs from basic view it self its sure that these robot look like base on golf cart chase ...really disappointed
     
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    Muntra, country's first unmanned tank, rolls out from the Chennai lab


    CHENNAI: Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has developed an unmanned, remotely operated tank which has three variants - surveillance, mine detection and reconnaissance in areas with nuclear and bio threats. It is called Muntra. Though developed and tested for the Army by Combat Vehicles Research and Development Establishment (CVRDE) in Avadi, paramilitary has expressed interest to use them at Naxal-hit areas. That will require a few modifications.

    The two remotely operated vehicles designed like an armoured tank were on display at an exhibition - Science for Soldiers - organised by DRDO as a tribute to former President APJ Abdul Kalam at CVRDe in Avadi.

    Muntra-S is the country's first tracked unmanned ground vehicle developed for unmanned surveillance missions while Muntra-M is for detecting mines and Muntra-N is for operation in areas where there is a nuclear radiation or bio weapon risk.

    The vehicle has been tested and validated at Mahajan field firing range in Rajasthan under dusty desert conditions where temperatures touched 52 C. Army comfortably tele-operated the vehicle. It has surveillance radar, an integrated camera along with laser range finder which can be used to spy on ground target 15km away - may be a crawling men or heavy vehicles.

    The exhibition also showcased CCPT vehicle which is a remote command centre.

    From a helmet-mounted night vision to nano-driven thermal and electromagnetic protection and laser weapons, DRDO showcased hundreds of products in an exhibition aimed at boosting the confidence of its employees and to change a negative perception towards the organisation in the government at heavy vehicles factory.

    Besides heavy vehicles, DRDO labs also showcased a few inventions like a handheld wall penetration radar which if placed on a wall will project on a screen the presence of people inside a building and also a nano-based electro-magnetic shield which protects combat systems from electromagnetic attack and also a GSM monitoring system which helps to listen in on encrypted calls of mobile phones.

    DRDO chairman S Christopher said the products displayed would convey the technical competence of the organisation to the soldiers and the society. He also said DRDO was working on installing AWAC (Airborne Early Warning and Control System) on an A330 aircraft. The system is now perfected for use on a smaller Embraer plane. The exhibition will be open to the public on Sunday.

    Chennai: DRDO is looking for exporting version one or two of some weapon systems which become redundant for the Army because they have acquired newer versions, said its chairman S Christopher on Friday.

    After inaugurating an exhibition that showcased a wide range of products that they were in talks with countries to export weapons and systems that are phased out by the Army due to acquisition of latest versions, he said, "Older versions are good for some countries which have shown interest. Some of the systems under development too could be exported. It would also create goodwill." He, however, did not reveal name of any country. He also said DRDO had urged the government to "allow us to test the products which we may not want immediately but can still be developed and exported. Torpedoes, rockets and missiles are a few products that are being considered for export." He gave the example of Pinaki rocket as latest GPS-driven ones have been developed.

    Christopher also said DRDO products were ranked well world over. "We are fourth in the world in AWAC and fighter planes, fifth in missiles. Arjun is not far away from being the best among some countries."
    As the thrust is on roping in private companies, DRDO is looking at capitalising on intellectual property. Private companies are being roped in because they are better placed to market and manufacture DRDO products and the Army seems to be more receptive when products are presented by private companies. Already 1 lakh crore has been generated in two years.

    "If we can generate 5 lakh crore in five years we do not have to depend on government for funds," he said.

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...m=referral&utm_campaign=TOI&utm_content=om-bm
     

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