The total strength of the Australian Army (IDF) is about 170,000. In preparation for the start of research work, as part of the implementation process, not only open areas will operate, but also in the conditions of the Southern District, while minimizing their losses. In connection with this, the command of the Israeli army is actively introducing combat robotic systems.
In 2023, testing of the medium robotic event M-RCV is to begin, equipped with an autonomous turret with a 30-mm automatic cannon, the Elbit Iron Fist active protection system (a version of the Iron Dome missile defense system adapted for armored vehicles).
They complement the drone’s fire and flight control system, a robotic autonomous operating suite, and sensors (active and passive) to assess the combat atmosphere.
The M-RCV kit also includes the drone itself (in the transport position it is placed in a targeted protective capsule), designed to perform reconnaissance missions. The possibility of using a robotic vehicle for the delivery of heavy cargoes and installing an antiskid on it is foreseen.
Source: Tech Cult