Nov 16, 2021

Israel’s next-gen robots could replace ground troops on frontlines

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The machine will cost between $150,000 and $300,000 the company said, depending on configurations. The TOOK is ready to be deployed, Levy said, and is already being evaluated by some of its clients. Eventually, he believes there will be hundreds of thousands of ROOKs in the field.

What is next? Collaboration between air and land robots, he said, for example deploying an aerial and a land robot to photograph a certain area and then merging the pictures for a complete perspective.

Elbit Systems and Roboteam have released the ROOK UGV, which will support infantry in a number of frontline roles.

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