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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  Akula971 on Mon Oct 05, 2015 3:53 am

    Found these 2 on the MoD page yesterday:




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    Re: Russian Army Robots

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  PapaDragon on Tue Oct 06, 2015 12:33 pm


    There's no way this will backfire!!! lol1 lol1 lol1 russia

    Russia Creates a Supercomputer to Operate Drones and Robots

    Russia has created a mobile supercomputer with silicone cooling to operate unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and terrestrial robots, a spokesman of the United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation (UIMC) said Tuesday.


    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/russia/20151006/1028085645/russia-creates-supercomputer-for-drones-robots.html#ixzz3nma8LLCt

    Get Arnold on the phone ASAP!!! respekt russia

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Tue Oct 06, 2015 6:21 pm


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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  PapaDragon on Wed Oct 07, 2015 10:58 pm


    "Nerehta" combat robot:











    http://twower.livejournal.com/1802537.html

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  flamming_python on Sat Oct 10, 2015 2:31 am

    Dunno who made it, but nice vid Cool


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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Sat Oct 10, 2015 2:36 am

    flamming_python wrote:Dunno who made it, but nice vid Cool


    I remember that video, and it seems a bit fantastic, however GurKhan provided partial blueprints for a patent apparently for this vehicle. I suppose with photonic computing, systems such as this seem much more feasible than ever before. However I suspect if such a vehicle were to make it to fruition, then it likely be a bit bigger...say the size of a mini-van.

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  flamming_python on Sat Oct 10, 2015 3:39 pm

    magnumcromagnon wrote:
    flamming_python wrote:Dunno who made it, but nice vid Cool


    I remember that video, and it seems a bit fantastic, however GurKhan provided partial blueprints for a patent apparently for this vehicle. I suppose with photonic computing, systems such as this seem much more feasible than ever before. However I suspect if such a vehicle were to make it to fruition, then it likely be a bit bigger...say the size of a mini-van.

    Dunno how we'd give it infinite ammo though, as seen in the vid.

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Sat Oct 10, 2015 6:27 pm

    flamming_python wrote:
    magnumcromagnon wrote:
    flamming_python wrote:Dunno who made it, but nice vid Cool


    I remember that video, and it seems a bit fantastic, however GurKhan provided partial blueprints for a patent apparently for this vehicle. I suppose with photonic computing, systems such as this seem much more feasible than ever before. However I suspect if such a vehicle were to make it to fruition, then it likely be a bit bigger...say the size of a mini-van.

    Dunno how we'd give it infinite ammo though, as seen in the vid.

    With cheat codes obviously lol! But seriously, for it to carry a sufficient amount of ammo it would likely need to swell to the size of a mini-van. That, or develop a new generation of powerful miniature sized explosives.

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Sat Oct 10, 2015 8:55 pm


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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Sat Oct 10, 2015 10:14 pm



    ...According to GurKhan, it has 2 Ataka's, 30-mm gun, the RPG-RPO, radar, advanced optics.

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  x_54_u43 on Sun Oct 11, 2015 1:09 am

    magnumcromagnon wrote:[img]

    ...According to GurKhan, it has 2 Ataka's, 30-mm gun, the RPG-RPO, radar, advanced optics.

    New gun casing, encased rocket launchers,driving optics,lights, there is also something new on top, its all getting very interesting.


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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Sun Oct 11, 2015 1:11 am

    x_54_u43 wrote:
    magnumcromagnon wrote:[img]

    ...According to GurKhan, it has 2 Ataka's, 30-mm gun, the RPG-RPO, radar, advanced optics.

    New gun casing, its all getting very interesting.

    The previous 30-mm cannon was likely a mock up, this on the other hand is a different story.

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  x_54_u43 on Sun Oct 11, 2015 1:18 am

    The previous one was no model.



    Go to 33 seconds in, you will see it move.

    Edited my post btw.

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Sun Oct 11, 2015 1:39 am

    x_54_u43 wrote:The previous one was no model.



    Go to 33 seconds in, you will see it move.

    Edited my post btw.

    I mean the 30mm gun, not the vehicle.

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  max steel on Sun Oct 11, 2015 8:48 am

    Cloud Effect: Russian Ballistic Missiles to Become Invisible to Human Eye Suspect

    The Russian Defense Ministry’s Innovation Day demonstrated the latest weapons and how it will replenish the country’s military arsenals.

    One such innovation is the aerosol generator that will be used in creating artificial clouds, reliably hiding the mobile missile systems. The composition of the aerosol is chosen in such a way that the artificial cloud would make the strategic mobile complexes ‘Topol’ and ‘Yars’ invisible to the human eye and to all other technology.

    A new method of camouflaging was introduced during the show: a technology of creating false divisions of ‘Yars’ mobile complexes using holograms. The huge holographic images are created by special laser installations identical to missile systems in their dimensions.

    The resulting image can create holographic decoys, and may disguise real launchers in the background of the surrounding area.

    On the ‘KAMAZ’ base an armored vehicle called the ‘Tayfunenok’ was assembled with a combined protection for the defense of military convoys and for the detection of radiation, chemical and biological warfare.

    There was a large exhibition of a number of robotic systems, both ground and air. The latest avionics for future UAVs was showcased with a concept of “network-centric warfare”, where each fighter is present in the information network. The equipment will be the bases for building future drones for various purposes — exploration, combat and relay.

    According to the acting chief of the research activities of the Ministry of Defense, Colonel Roman Kordyukova, the exhibition was attended by over 32,000 people. The exhibition was open in four military districts and by the joint strategic command of ‘Northern Fleet’ in Severodvinsk.
    More than 3,000 exhibits were showcased and the exhibition was attended by people from 30 different countries.



    Next level shit.

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  Werewolf on Sun Oct 11, 2015 9:52 am

    Close your eyes and it gets invisible!

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Mon Oct 12, 2015 6:42 pm

    Russia to develop unmanned cross-country vehicle for Arctic — manufacturer

    The idea is that five vehicles, arranged in a caravan, by using the GLONASS navigation system could deliver goods from one point to another by a preset route automatically



    MOSCOW, September 30. /TASS /. Russia's Tractor Plants corporation plans to make the TM-140A Arctic cross-country vehicle unmanned for carrying goods in the Extreme North without man’s involvement, Albert Bakov, the corporation’s first vice president and co-owner, told TASS on Wednesday.

    "We seek to reach such a level at which five vehicles, arranged in a caravan, by using the GLONASS system could deliver goods from one point to another by a preset route without man’s involvement, i.e. fully automatically," Bakov said.

    According to him, man would be involved only in servicing such unmanned vehicles. "Maybe, one or two men or so would service the vehicles in case they break down, but at all events we’d like to do without crews," he added.

    The TM-140A floating tracked vehicle is designed for transportation in a harsh Arctic climate and across difficult terrain as well as for operations in off-road conditions and on snow-covered and swampy areas. The vehicle can be fitted with bullet-resistant protection and a remotely controlled stand-alone machinegun mount.

    http://tass.ru/en/economy/824778

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  max steel on Wed Oct 14, 2015 11:36 am

    Get Ready, NATO: Could Russia Build Lethal Combat Robots? Suspect


    The defending soldiers are in a fortified position on elevated ground or a reverse slope. They’ve arranged machine guns and anti-tank weapons to kill anything that comes into view. They’ve dug into the ground to help them survive the initial artillery barrage. To bolster their defenses even more, they’ve covered the area in front of them with mines.

    If the Russian assault force was human, then it’d probably be too dangerous to go ahead with the attack. But it’s not. Over the horizon comes a mix of mostly-robotic vehicles — and the NATO troops don’t have much of a chance.

    That’s science fiction, but a future scenario like that one recently appeared in the pages of Russian defense trade newspaper Military-Industrial Courier. It’s an interesting idea, and the article is notable for its realistic depiction of combat robots used on a relatively large scale. But the concept has a few problems.

    “To attack fortified defenses and minimize human and material losses, you must create a robot company, in addition to tanks and infantry fighting vehicles and remote-controlled military robots and assault machines,” Leonid Orlenko, a professor at Moscow State University, wrote in the Courier.

    Orlenko presents the idea as the solution to a real military problem. Modern armies have entire textbooks on how to break through fortified defenses, which is one of the most dangerous kinds of battlefield operations. It’s also an arena in which Russia could exploit military robots to its advantage.

    The Kremlin certainly won’t get ahead in the air, where Russian drones have lagged far behind the United States and China. Decades of neglect and technical limitations have kept Moscow’s drones relatively crude and limited to light surveillance duties. Russian aircraft have tended to be on the heavy, over-engineered side — which runs opposite from the engineering philosophy required for nimble drones and their miniaturized, lightweight components.

    That’s not a big problem on the ground. Like self-driving cars, a robot works just as well built into an existing frame. Russia has even rushed ahead on developing prototypes, such as the Wolf-2 armored car equipped with a 12.7-millimeter machine gun, a seven-ton robotic fighting called the URP-01G and a “military cyborg biker.”

    Orlenko envisions his robotic assault force deriving from existing, modified vehicles. He describes a Russian assault company attacking in three waves. The first wave, comprised of six robotic armored engineer vehicles, stops just short of the enemy defenses. Their job is to clear mines and conduct reconnaissance.

    The second wave begins with rocket, artillery and mortar fire. Three human-piloted tanks and three robotic “assault machines” then attack. These assault machines could be built on the basis of T-72, T-80, T-90 and Armata tanks – but armed with larger guns, guided missiles and 30-millimeter cannons to shoot into hard-to-reach places.

    Once the second wave pummels and suppresses the defense, a third wave of seven infantry fighting vehicles – likely BMPs – attacks under the cover of the preceding waves. The infantry then disembark from the vehicles and complete the attack.

    Orlenko argues ground combat robots would reduce the total number of soldiers needed to assault a defense. Reducing manpower is a similar rationale behind the Pentagon’s own tests, though U.S. Army experiments have struggled with robots needing too many human operators. Then you have to find enough bandwidth.

    “We’re running out of radio frequencies,” Ellen Purdy, the director of the Pentagon’s Joint Ground Robotics Enterprise, told National Defense in 2009. “Most of the spectrum goes to manned vehicles. We get the scraps.”

    Those are only some of many problems. The Kremlin could resort to more automation — as opposed to having humans piloting the machines remotely — but that’s another area where Russia lags far behind.

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  Project Canada on Wed Oct 14, 2015 1:42 pm

    The Kremlin could resort to more automation — as opposed to having humans piloting the machines remotely — but that’s another area where Russia lags far behind.

    Laughing these people talk as if Russia can't catch up in technology in a hundred years!

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    Post  Werewolf on Wed Oct 14, 2015 6:36 pm

    Project Canada wrote:
    The Kremlin could resort to more automation — as opposed to having humans piloting the machines remotely — but that’s another area where Russia lags far behind.

    Laughing  these people talk as if Russia can't catch up in technology in a hundred years!

    When the rest of the world catches up witch russia they can make claims. The west is behind russia in decades. The US alone is at least 50 years behind Russia in tanks. The M1A3 which is just an upgraded and glorified model of XM1 will only arrive as soon as 2030, while no generation of MBT is even in anyones heads. By that time Russia will already have fielded second generation of Teletanks (robots). Russia is inventor of robots, TT-26. While US will still make anti russian propaganda about Arm eating autoloaders.

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  sepheronx on Wed Oct 14, 2015 7:21 pm

    Actually, apparently from recent competitions/events, Russia is ahead of most in the field of artifical intelligence. As well, huge in the software side of things. Hardware wise, people believe Russia is behind due to lack of drones. But essentially, drones are nothing new nor impressive. Over glorified RC planes.  Russia showcased such technology for decades. Tapchuk being in use during second chechen war.  Other drones were tested and used.  But where is the west (whom is apparently ahead according to media) with their armored robots like seen on here? Tank destroyers and such? What about the unmanned turret on Armata?

    Reality is, US isnt ahead at all. They just threw a ton of money to make them "stealthy" and threw on weapons and optical/tracking systems. But none of that is new nor impressive (maybe besides Range). But look what happened with RQ-170? Hacked and taken down by Iran.  So what is so impressive of this tech?  Nothing. Buran launched and landed by itself in soviet times.  Doesnt mean squat.  This whole talk of being "ahead" is a feel good moment and reassurance for themselves. When in reality, such tech has been accessable to everyone for decades.  Russia just didnt (and still does not) have a doctrine for drones.  At that, the companies who can make them like Sukhoi isnt contracted. Instead, transas is the one.  Who knows what the development is at this point but they sure showed all of us with their ground based robotic systems.  Seems very impressive and I havnt seen the same from the west besides Israel.

    http://sputniknews.com/science/20150812/1025645515.html


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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  Werewolf on Wed Oct 14, 2015 8:09 pm

    Drones are useless against armies, even sanctioned, isolated countries like Iran or far worse North Korea can obtain EW/ECM technology that will render any drone useless. They are useless at all for military purpose.

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  Walther von Oldenburg on Wed Oct 14, 2015 9:28 pm

    Werewolf wrote:Drones are useless against armies, even sanctioned, isolated countries like Iran or far worse North Korea can obtain EW/ECM technology that will render any drone useless. They are useless at all for military purpose.
    For now they are. In the future they will not be useless - the Church-Turing thesis postulates and the Church-Turing-Deutsch principle explictly states that every physical system can be simulated by a computer - future wars will be fought exclusively by robots.

    Remember how planes evolved? In 1914 aircraft were almost comical machines made of wood that nearly disintegrated in mid air. Today's fighter aircraft fly faster thatn the seed of sound, can cover hundreds of kilometers and attack targets that are 100km away. I don't see why drones can't follow the same path of development.

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    Re: Russian Army Robots

    Post  Werewolf on Wed Oct 14, 2015 9:45 pm

    Walther von Oldenburg wrote:
    Werewolf wrote:Drones are useless against armies, even sanctioned, isolated countries like Iran or far worse North Korea can obtain EW/ECM technology that will render any drone useless. They are useless at all for military purpose.
    For now they are. In the future they will not be useless - the Church-Turing thesis postulates and the Church-Turing-Deutsch principle explictly states that every physical system can be simulated by a computer - future wars will be fought exclusively by robots.

    Remember how planes evolved? In 1914 aircraft were almost comical machines made of wood that nearly disintegrated in mid air. Today's fighter aircraft fly faster thatn the seed of sound, can cover hundreds of kilometers and attack targets that are 100km away. I don't see why drones can't follow the same path of development.

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