Robot Wars

Kemp, Ian
August 2005
Armada International;Aug/Sep2005, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p10
Looks at the existence of explosive ordnance disposal robots in 2005. Components of the Future Combat Systems project of the U.S. Army; Development of the Gladiator Tactical Unmanned Ground Vehicle by the National Robotics Engineering Consortium of Carnegie Mellon University; Information on the Bulle Opérationnelle Aéroterrestre network-enabled warfare concept of the French Army.


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