Unmanned Combat Ground Vehicle


by78

Lieutenant General
UGVs operated by Hunan provincial militia.

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by78

Lieutenant General
Kestrel Defence's Military Augmented Reality System (MARS) 3.0, tactical robot dog, and unmanned combat ground vehicle form an Intelligent Squad System (ISE) through a wireless MESH ad hoc network to create the Internet of Everything (IoE) on the battlefield.

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siegecrossbow

Lieutenant General
Staff member
Super Moderator
Importance of firms like Kestrel Defense isn't necessarily that all of their products are world beaters and will immediately be practical in a peer conflict. The real importance is that civilian firms like Kestrel could innovate and experiment with new ideas. You can't tell whether an idea is good or bad unless you actually try it out.
 

tankphobia

Junior Member
Registered Member
Importance of firms like Kestrel Defense isn't necessarily that all of their products are world beaters and will immediately be practical in a peer conflict. The real importance is that civilian firms like Kestrel could innovate and experiment with new ideas. You can't tell whether an idea is good or bad unless you actually try it out.
I wouldn't say civilian in the sense that a lot of US MIC firms are, there must be a fair amount of backing from PLA to afford them the amount of RnD they have been doing so far. But being a civilian fusion company has the benefit that they can attempt a lot more radical/cots solutions that may not be trialed by more conservative state firms. They certainly have much better PR than most PLA outlets
 

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