Friday, October 1, 2010

India Developed an Unmanned Ground Vehicle

The Defence Research Development Organisation of India (DRDO) and the Defence Research and Technology Office, Singapore, have together developed an unmanned ground vehicle that can be used during nuclear blasts and wars for a reconnaissance to help find injured people.The project was is executed at the Combat Vehicles Research and Development Establishment (CVRDE), Chennai, and according to the scientist (robotics division) and manager of the project, Dr N. Seetharaman, the objective of the project is to create the technology to develop an unmanned ground vehicle.
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