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▪ US Mechatronics has produced a working automated sentry gun and is currently developing it further for commercial and military use. ▪ MIDARS, a four-wheeled robot outfitted with several cameras, radar, and possibly a firearm, that automatically performs random or preprogrammed patrols around a military base or other government installation. It alerts a human overseer when it detects movement in unauthorized areas, or other programmed conditions. The operator can then instruct the robot to ignore the event, or take over remote control to deal with an intruder, or to get better camera views of an emergency. The robot would also regularly scan radio frequency identification tags (RFID) placed on stored inventory as it passed and report any missing items. ▪ Tactical Autonomous Combatant (TAC) units, described in Project Alpha study 'Unmanned Effects: Taking the Human out of the Loop' - ▪ Autonomous Rotorcraft Sniper System is an experimental robotic weapons system being developed by the U.S. Army since 2005.[5][6] It consists of a remotely operated sniper rifle attached to an unmanned autonomous helicopter.[7] It is intended for use in urban combat or for several other missions requiring snipers.[8] Flight tests are scheduled to begin in Summer 2009.[5] ▪ The "Mobile Autonomous Robot Software" research program was started in December 2003 by the Pentagon who purchased 15 Segways in an attempt to develop more advanced military robots.[9] The program was part of a $26 million Pentagon program to develop software for autonomous systems.[9] ▪ ARV

▪ BigDog
▪ Dassault nEUROn
▪ Dragon Runner
▪ R-Gator
▪ Ripsaw MS1 [1]
▪ Syrano
▪ Train Cable UAV (TCUAV) Is a combination of three concepts :Unmanned aerial vehicle(UAVs), Unmanned ground vehicle (UGVs),Train. ▪ iRobot Warrior
▪ Excalibur unmanned aerial vehicle
▪ Nöbetçi, Turkish Border Patrol Unit

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