Israel Defense Forces have demonstrated its new semi-autonomous robotic system, referred to as the Jaguar.
According to an IDF assertion, the Jaguar developed is likely one of the first navy robots on the earth that may substitute troopers on the borders. It is at the moment being built-in into the Gaza Division in southern Israel in an effort to defend the Israeli-Gaza border.
“Equipped with dozens of sensors, an automated driving system, advanced fire capabilities, and a public address (PA) system, this robot makes the IDF a more efficient and technologically advanced military,” the assertion stated.
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The Jaguar robotic system developed by the Israel Aerospace Industrie (IAI). The drone is provided with a 7.62 mm MAG machine gun which operates each whereas stationary and on the transfer. The robotic makes use of high-resolution cameras, transmitters, highly effective headlights, and a remote-controlled PA system. Additionally, it has the power to self-destruct if it falls into enemy fingers.
The most unusual facet of the ‘Jaguar’ is its semi-autonomous system––the robotic possesses the power to self-drive to a set vacation spot, is aware of spot and bypass obstacles and bumps utilizing sensors and a complicated driving system, all whereas IDF observers and commanders have full operational management.
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Zvi Yarom, General Manager of the Land Systems Division at IAI said “IAI is proud to provide the IDF with some of the most advanced technology in the world. IAI’s Land Systems Division provides a range of multi-domain products to team with maneuvering ground forces, so that commanders have the information needed to make decisions”.
“We have led a groundbreaking technological development––an independent robot that reduces the combat soldier’s friction with the enemy and prevents risks to human life,” remarked Lt. Col. Nathan Kuperstein, Head of Autonomy and Robotics on the IDF’s Land Technology Division. “It even knows how to charge itself––almost like an iRobot”. He concluded, “there is no greater pride than defending your country”.