Unmanned aircraft may have garnered the headlines since 9/11, but unmanned ground vehicles (UGV) are expected to become equally standard tools for most advanced armies around the world in coming decades. While obvious applications like route clearance and cargo transport spring to mind, nascent Italian technologies indicate that UGV roles and missions could become as diverse as the imagination allows when it comes to terrestrial crawlers. Finmeccanica, in particular, has several ...
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