A new unmanned ground combat vehicle will soon be unveiled at the Carnegie Mellon’s National Robotics Engineering Center on April 28. The vehicle, named “Crusher” and funded by the Army and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, is designed to handle very harsh terrains. And they’re hoping, if sprung into action, the vehicle will cut down on deaths and casulties in the war. The reason for developing these kinds of vehicles is simple; if a “robot” or “machine” can do something a soldier can do, then there’s no reason to put the soldier into battle. Here’s a situation where tech kills and saves lives at the same time.
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