Oct 17, 2021

Armed with remote-controlled rifles, military robot dogs are now on the move

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The robot dog has a remote-controlled rifle attached to its back as a human operator can control it via an Android tablet. The robot has been named the SPUR, which stands for Special Purpose Unmanned Rifle.

It features a 6.5mm Creedmoor rifle, from military defense company SWORD International, on top of a Quadrupedal Unmanned Ground Vehicle (QUGV) developed by Ghost Robotics.

The SPUR was first displayed at the US Army’s annual convention in Washington DC on Monday.

It is thought to be the first example of an unmanned system with a weapon attached, according to The Drive.

The robot has day and night vision and the ability to shoot bullets out to 1,200 meters.

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