Terminator style killer robots ... coming soon ...

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by gegyx » 24/12/12, 10:16

Bah! If that can avoid human error ....


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by Obamot » 24/12/12, 11:35

Terminator already has its blackberry, which is called Bigdog or SIII:



Version II (in principle, it does not lose balance on the ice)



Version III (is able to roll over if it falls, and "Follow her
master"
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by Christophe » 24/12/12, 11:41

And version 4:
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This one scares me less than robotic tanks (less armament carrying) ... because it already exists with automatic thermal acquisition ... the only reservation is that it takes yet a human intervention to "activate the shooting" ... it is an ethical reservation, not a technological one obviously ...
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by Obamot » 24/12/12, 11:53

Kilsondrol : Mrgreen:

The "TRUE" can even kill:


:P

Big plans;


What reassures is that they assess it "as a family" : roll:
(Apparently the officer’s wife seems to find it “cool”)
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by sen-no-sen » 24/12/12, 11:59

They are very strong at DARPA, he spends millions to do what any donkey does best! : Lol:
I do not believe that this type of robot will be used for transporting equipment, it is simply a screen to make the concept sympathetic, very quickly the device will be equipped with everything it takes to go and kill the enemy. :|
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by Obamot » 24/12/12, 12:04

Yes of course.

The donkey may not resist a burst of kalash, while he after the beta version ... This is good com for the Defense Department ...

Meanwhile the 700 drones continue to kill civilians in almost general indifference.
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by sen-no-sen » 24/12/12, 12:55

Obamot wrote:Meanwhile the 700 drones continue to kill civilians in almost general indifference.


This is the goal of drones, in the absence of a "clean" war, invisible wars (for public opinion).

A Russian Drone that we should see develop:


Of course it is a question of making its machines invisible in order to increase their efficiency, perhaps with Xtal technology, or equivalent:

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by Fakir » 24/12/12, 15:44

Drones are extremely effective and above all limit the soldier's exposure to hostile terrain.

In asymmetric conflicts, where our populations are only interested in their deaths, they are the perfect tools for death!

The XNUMXst century will be that of the Robot without a doubt!
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by Christophe » 09/12/17, 12:07

Not really a killer robot but rather an exoskeleton directly inspired by Avatar, except that there it is real ... fortunately it still has its "leash" (= its socket) but for how long? The dream on a battlefield (especially urban) ...

To remove his leash a simple generator of 10 to 15kW should suffice ... : Shock:







The world's first giant, manned robot “Method-2” took some of it's first steps in the Gunpo studio of Hankook Mirae Technology company near Seoul, Thursday. The 3,9m (13ft) Method-2 robot responds to the actions of its handler who is seated in a central cockpit, walking like a human and moving its 130kg (286lbs) robot arms and fingers.

Around 30 engineers have been testing the mammoth machine and lead designer Vitaly Bulgarov drew inspiration from his previous work on the fantasy films, Transformers and Terminator. Since 2014 the company have invested about $ 200 million (€ 191.3 million) in the robot's production and development and estimate it could be on sale by the end of 2017 at a price of around $ 8,3 million (€ 7,9 million).
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by Christophe » 06/01/21, 09:50

The T800 is there (almost):



Fortunately, the problem of the battery remains !! : Mrgreen:

Hats off to the courageous beta testers who piss off a killer robot that is not necessarily bug-free and apparently Kevlar-free !! : Shock: : Shock: : Shock:
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