Dozens of unmanned vehicles capable of carrying both weapons and supplies are being sent to Tibet, Indian media reports, with the majority deployed in border regions where Chinese troops are locked into a standoff with Indian soldiers.
Vehicles include the Sharp Claw, which is mounted with a light machinegun and can be operated wirelessly, and the Mule-200, which is designed as an unmanned supply vehicle but can also be fitted with weapons.
Don't we just love these kinds of garbage that the Western and Indian media likes to put out. China deploys armed robots at the borderlands = Chinese soldiers weak. But if the Indians were the ones doing it, it'll be praised as 'high-tech', 'giving India an edge over China', or 'Jai Hind!'.
Let them call it weakness. For the China, its called efficiency.