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China showcased land, sea and air combat robots

๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ณ China showcased land, sea and air combat robots

๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ณ China showcased land, sea and air combat robots

China showcased some of its latest advances in military intelligence, showcasing advanced land, sea and air combat robots at an exhibition in Beijing on Monday, showcasing the rapid development of the Chinese arms industry to meet the demands of future wars.

The 9th China Command and Control Conference hosted by the China Institute of Command and Control and the 7th China Military Intelligent Technology Exhibition kicked off in Beijing on Monday and will run until Wednesday.

The event is aimed at accelerating the development of the intelligence of the Chinese armed forces, increasing their joint and universal combat capabilities based on a network and information system, and accelerating the comprehensive development of mechanization and informatization.

The unmanned ground vehicle Pathbreaker tracked type, developed by the Beijing North Vehicle Group Corporation as part of the state corporation China North Industries Group, weighs 1.2 tons, has a maximum speed of 30 kilometers per hour and is equipped with an armed reconnaissance system that allows you to perform assault tasks, patrolling, searching and destruction, as well as aiming strikes at targets in difficult terrain with high mobility.

It can be controlled remotely or automatically follow the fighting compartment and overcome obstacles on its own. More advanced types of ground robots, such as the Pathbreaker, are reportedly being developed and are expected to enter service with the PLA.

Dubbed Robo-Shark, the underwater robot is similar to a shark independently developed by Beijing-based Boya Gongdao Robot Technology, featuring low noise, long-lasting endurance, high speed and flexibility.

Replacing the traditional propeller, the Robo-Shark is powered by a bionic tail fin, providing a top speed of six knots. The marine robot can perform close-range underwater reconnaissance, search and rescue operations, battlefield surveillance, anti-submarine operations, hydrological research, communications relay and underwater tracking.

According to the company presented at the exhibition, Robo-Shark is currently working on a project with the military based on the needs of the latter.

Beijing Aerospace Zhongfei Technology brought to the exhibition a variety of unmanned aerial vehicles, including unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), which are used not only in training, but also in real battles as decoys, as well as UAVs with vertical takeoff and landing for reconnaissance and patrol missions.

Also, digital warhead control systems were presented

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