October 2007
Electronics Weekly;10/31/2007, Issue 2310, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports that Qinetiq-owned Foster-Miller has developed a modular robotic platform for its Talon and Swords military robots. The Maars robot uses the M240B medium machine gun which can quickly be replaced with a manipulator arm with a 45kg lift capability.


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