Unless it's for police, I don't get the ones that just carry an assault rifle unless it can reload a magazine by itself.
I wonder what kind of operational ranges you get with these UCGVs? Kinda defeats the point if they have to be accompanied by a load of trucks carrying batteries or fuel right near the front line.
They have to be. They don’t have windshields and look too small to carry drivers/passengers.
uhhh no, they have side mirrors so they are definitely manned.
still a very interesting chassis. i guess the PLA is looking to at least motorize its air-assault element. I wonder if these units can sustain beyond 24 hrs in an operation.
Anything that require signature(s), signed sealed and delivered, will still need to be done by a real person to represent the respective belligerent.Wonder if one day on the battlefield UGVs from both side will be sent out to no-man's land to broker truces and ceasefires.
No doubt each side would need a protocol droid to broker a ceasefire.Anything that require signature(s), signed sealed and delivered, will still need to be done by a real person to represent the respective belligerent.
If the battlefield be truly unmanned, then it'll be "till both sides broke all their toys", just like the old days.