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Hi-Tech Robots to help in surveillance in harsh areas like Siachen

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    Martyr Lance Naik Hanamanthappa lost his struggle with life after a miraculous survival for six days in an avalanche which resulted in death of nine other armed forces personnel.

    Working in harsh environments likeSiachen where temperatures drop to -50 degrees centigrade is never going to be easy. In such areas robotics is the future of surveillance and rescue operations. Hi-Tech Robotics has developed Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear ( CBRN) – an Unmanned Ground Vehicle (CBRN) in collaboration with Defence Research & design Organisation (DRDO).

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    The Hi-Tech Robotic Systemz has been co-developed by with VRDE, Ahmadnagar (DRDO lab). This robot can be used for saving lives of defense personnel in Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear warfare and variants of this robot can be used for video surveillance, UXO handling & combat / anti-terrorist operations, according to a statement. At high altitudes with harsh environments, the robot can do surveillance and can aid in rescue operations where landing is not possible.

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    S Radhakrishnan, OS & Director – Industry Interface and Technology Management,DRDO said, “Military technology is becoming complex and Robotics is going to play a big role in defense technology.” Robotics is a multi-disciplinary field and a good understanding of mechanics, automation, electronics, image processing is a must.

    Speaking at the sidelines of the event Anuj Kapuria, Director & CEO, The Hi-Tech Robotic Systemz (THRSL) said in a release, “DRDO has provided us an opportunity to develop technology which can strengthen our armed forces.”
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