Israeli-made robot to serve in military


Cii Radio| Ayesha Ismail| 12 April 2017| 14 Rajab 1438

Israel has developed a military robot to combat along with the Israeli troops on the Gaza Strip border, Yisrael Hayom reported on Tuesday, quoting an official source.

The robot will have the ability to break through underground tunnels and buildings.

According to the source, the robot will carry out security patrols along the Strip border, as well as chase “dangerous places.”

The remotely-controlled robot will be equipped with weapons, cameras and microphones. It has been designed to access the rugged areas.

Last year, Israel’s Ynetnews revealed about the serving of the robot Dogo in the Israeli army’s into infantry unit with the aim to mitigate military risks.

Gaza tunnels, built by the Palestinian resistance movements, had played a significant role during the war on Gaza in 2014, where Palestinians used them to carry out military operations against Israeli targets, inflicting heavy losses on the Israeli forces.

Source – MEMO