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China developed electricity powered robotic "yak" to move ammunitions and supplies for PLA foot soldiers

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China developed electricity powered robotic "yak" to move ammunitions and supplies for PLA foot soldiers
The robotic yak can move smoothly on all terrains and under all weather conditions at a speed of 10 kilometers per hour, carrying 160 kilos of ammunition and other supplies, it can also do reconnaissance missions in conditions which may be dangerous for the human soldiers.
 

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China developed electricity powered robotic "yak" to move ammunitions and supplies for PLA foot soldiers
The robotic yak can move smoothly on all terrains and under all weather conditions at a speed of 10 kilometers per hour, carrying 160 kilos of ammunition and other supplies, it can also do reconnaissance missions in conditions which may be dangerous for the human soldiers.

Soon this guy will assume combat role. Future hot war will be horrible, But then I expect some mofos will usher bioweapon instead when they cant match China in Robotics soldiers.
 

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Soon this guy will assume combat role. Future hot war will be horrible, But then I expect some mofos will usher bioweapon instead when they cant match China in Robotics soldiers.
Yes that's the trend, exo-skeleton has its limit on tactical apps, robotization is the only way to go. Wheeled, tracked or flying robots are already in army service for a variety of apps, do look forward to bionic robots that are capable of commanding very difficult terrains, bionic "yak" seems like a good idea!

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Yes that's the trend, exo-skeleton has its limit on tactical apps, robotization is the only way to go. Wheeled, tracked or flying robots are already in army service for a variety of apps, do look forward to bionic robots that are capable of commanding very difficult terrains, bionic "yak" seems like a good idea!

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Go for a "Cow" robot. Indian soldiers will start worshipping it, and you can have your day. :lol:
 

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Go for a "Cow" robot. Indian soldiers will start worshipping it, and you can have your day. :lol:
If China covers these e-cows with synthetic tissue to attract less attention in the coming years, it would be unwise to send them to Muslim countries. People get up to 7 shares with cattles in the Eid al-Adha. I don't think these robots will have much chance against these faithful believers. :D :D
 

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