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    Anonymous

    Is this vehicle like a IFV capable of carrying troops into the battlefield??!!

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    Anonymous

    Why do we need a Unmanned Ground Vehicle? We have enough man power around.

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    Anonymous

    It is 'unmanned' therefore soldiers will sit on top like monkeys?

    On a serious note, the bottom design is terrible, not at all designed to deflect blasts from mines and IEDs.

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    Anand

    Nice concept, looks like India is also stepping up their efforts to get into the Unmanned Systems Bandwagon. Anon2 Unmanned systems are used generally in conditions where normal soldiers have a risk of losing their lives. One possible example could be for NBC operation or Ordinance Disposal but not restricted to these two scenarios. Anon3 good observation 🙂 but I guess they are just trying to find out how good a ride it could be, It appears that the chassis belongs to a BMP-2 (could also be a BMP-1). Im sure history has shown us that IFVs are quiet capable of withstanding most mines and IEDs especially in the case of a trial tested design like the BMP-2 which has fought many wars in the last 30 years.

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    Anonymous

    Minelaying, and mine clearance are two applications that come to mind..

    And i think ,people who think we have enough "manpower", should be sent to clear mines first…

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    Anonymous

    Maybe the scientist and money could have been used to speed up other immediate needed programs.?It is not wise to stretch resources from an underfunded organisation.

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    Anonymous

    Any new thing (futuristic) is always criticised, Its good to invest in future dont you think so?

    why to restric it to just clear mines? why it should not fight usa already inducted unmanned fighting machines

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    Anonymous

    Anon3 – since this seems to be a demo prototype, maybe the soldiers are just sitting on top for salvaging an emergency

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    Anonymous

    unmanned? why there are 4 troops sitting on top of it!…oh, so they must be passengers.

    If you ask me, unmanned system for a AIFV/APC is not good, unmanned tech should be developed for tanks and logistics-carriers for better use.

    an unmanned AIFV/personnel carrier wouldn't be that relevent. when it DOES carry people, so what big difference would being driver-less make? one more guy, that's it. an unmanned stealth tank would be more relevent and useful. anyway hats-off to DRDO guys for developing this tech.

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