Unmanned Combat Ground Vehicle


MwRYum

Major
It‘s a THRUSTMASTER T300RS GT.
And i think they are not just useing the steering wheel.It have the whole package,the motor,the control panel,the foot pedal.
It’s cheep and reliable.
You dont need to invent the wheel again.
Talk about commercial off-the-shelf solution...
 

ZaZa

Just Hatched
Registered Member
Talk about commercial off-the-shelf solution...
And,kind funny or ironically.
The Thrustmaster's teams are made up of engineers and pilots from the U.S. Air Force, Navy and NASA back in 1990.

so,just think about it.
Use their steering wheel to play a game on PlayStation. |Thrustmaster's spirit:What A Loser.
Use their steering wheel to control a UGCV with a BIG F**KING GUN on top it. |Thrustmaster's spirit:YES!
 

Aniah

Junior Member
Registered Member
And,kind funny or ironically.
The Thrustmaster's teams are made up of engineers and pilots from the U.S. Air Force, Navy and NASA back in 1990.

so,just think about it.
Use their steering wheel to play a game on PlayStation. |Thrustmaster's spirit:What A Loser.
Use their steering wheel to control a UGCV with a BIG F**KING GUN on top it. |Thrustmaster's spirit:YES!
I wonder what their reactions would be if they knew that their Thrustmaster controller was to be used to control UCVs some 30 years into the future by the Chinese no less. I would pay a lot to see their reactions.
 

by78

Lieutenant General
More UCGVs seen embedded with infantry. One is a recon variant, and the other appears to be a supply carrier/mule.

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