A Russian weapons company unveiled a huge golden robot this week.
A well-known Russian arms manufacturing company has unveiled a 13-foot gold walking killer robot that looks like something out of “RoboCop.”
Kalashnikov Concern presented of a large, strange-looking bullet-proof robot which is in development at the Army 2018 fair in the neighbourhood of Moscow, posted a video of the machine on its website.
The golden robot, which the company calls a “controlled bipedal walker” allegedly weighs 4.5 tonnes and can be up objects with its claws, possibly including weapons.
A cabin can be seen behind the robot glass panels where people can sit and work from the inside out.
The company’s site explains that the machine is designed for engineering and the control of the solutions.”
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Vladimir Dmitriev, of Kalashnikov Concern, told the Daily Mail: “This robot is probably one of the hottest new models of the” Army in 2018.’ At this time it is only a demonstration of the way that we plan on the following.”
“We understand that there will be robotic machines to ride on the caterpillar and wheel drives, we also understand that there is a demand to anthropomorphic automatic moving systems,” he added.
About 1200 Russian defence companies and weapon manufacturers to take part in the Army 2018 event, reports the Daily Mail, the display of an approximate area of 26,000 pieces of weapons and military equipment.
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