Army looking for robots to support dispersed forces

By Connie Lee / October 3, 2016 at 10:00 AM
The Army is turning to robotic and autonomous systems to maintain support during situations that require dispersed forces in the face of long-range threats, according to one of the service's top officials. The service must pursue these technologies with a sense of urgency because adversaries around the world are developing and using a wide range of RAS technologies and the tactics associated with them to disrupt U.S. military advantages, according to a draft report outlining the Army's RAS strategy. "What...

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