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Bomb disposal robots: the new frontier

Bomb disposal robots have been around a long time and the technology has come a long way. One of the latest, Taurus, is piloted with a virtual reality headset giving pilots unprecedented control. From autonomy to battery innovations, what trends are most prevalent in the world of bomb disposal robots?

TITAN: the robot autonomously supplying the front line

Future frontline troops could have supplies and ammunition delivered automatically by a robot before they even realise they're running low without risking lives in logistics missions. QinetiQ is working with industrial and academic partners on the UK Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) Last Mile Resupply programme to deliver unmanned ground vehicles and drones powered by AI-driven software and apps.

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