Monday, May 29, 2023
HomeUncategorizedRussia's Robot Ninja Dog With Rocket Launcher Likely To Be Acquired By...

Russia's Robot Ninja Dog With Rocket Launcher Likely To Be Acquired By Alibaba

WTF?! Russia has revealed a robot dog with an anti-tank rocket launcher on its back. While there are plenty of terrifying Black Mirror-esque hints about a work like this, it seems like it’s just a $2,700 machine you can buy from Alibaba, carrying an RPG that probably won’t launch well (or at all), and dressed like a A dog ninja for some reason.

President Vladimir Putin opens the arms exposition of Russia’s “Army 2022” in Kubinka Patriot Park outside Moscow, which will run until August 22 day. Among the many military weapons, vehicles and other accessories on display was the M-81, a canine quadruped robot similar to Boston Dynamics’ famous Spot, except that it carried an RPG-26 on its back and wore a ninja costume .

Russian news agency RIA Novosti released a video of an M-81 speeding and lying down at the Expo, if not dragging a WMD.

M-81 Robot Dog at the 2022 Army Equipped RPG-26 Video Defense Expo.

— Rob Lee (@RALee85) August 15, 2022

the creators said, “This is a sample of the M-81 robotic system capable of targeted firing and transport of weapons for civilian purposes, it can be used for reconnaissance in emergency areas, navigating through rubble and delivering medicines. “

While the description sounds a bit concerning, The Drive did some digging and found that the dog looks a lot like Unitree Robotic’s UnitreeYushuTechnologyDog, available from the Chinese market Alibaba traded as low as $2,700. This probably explains why it dresses like a little ninja: hides its origins, rather than scare/confuse enemies or lull them into a false sense of security. By comparison, the spot price is around $75,000.


— Rob Lee (@ RALee85) Aug 15, 2022

Assuming this is indeed one of Unitree’s models, and it appears to be, it means this dog Not made by a Russian manufacturer to show it off – except they slap the rocket launcher on the back – and it’s certainly not designed for a military scene. This thing is unlikely to last long in a war zone, even

There is also the issue of a robot-operated weapon. It might be able to carry an RPG-26 anti-tank rocket launcher, but whether it can aim or withstand the shock of a shot despite the relatively light recoil is Another thing.

Seems like Unitree’s robotic dog is popular for this sort of thing. Russia – Last month, born inventor Alexander Atamano Alexander Atamanov shows a man with a submachine gun on his back.

There is also a robot dog, this one from the US Army Association held in Washington DC last October At the main annual convention, Ghost Robotics carries a special-purpose unmanned rifle or SPUR. That machine (above) looks much scarier than a ninja dog.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


Featured NEWS