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Sunday, April 30, 2006

Video: Carnegie's Crusher for combat

Video: 6.5 tons of robotic mayhem. On April 28, Carnegie Mellon's National Robotics Engineering Center unveiled this new unmanned vehicle to work on almost any terrain. It can carry more than 8,000 pounds of armor and payload and is powered by a lithium ion battery that's recharged by an onboard turbo diesel generator. It will be used at first in convoys and support roles but is expected to be used alongside troops in five to ten years. Top speed: over 25 miles per hour.


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