Ukraine tests SIRKO terrestrial robot at frontline
Ukrainian Defense Forces are testing a universal ground robot UGV Sirko-S1 at the front, which helps to transport cargo, evacuate the wounded and conduct reconnaissance of enemy positions
Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov announced this.
It is noted that the robot can be used to safely deliver ammunition or provisions to soldiers in hot spots. Its maximum payload is up to 200 kg.
According to the minister, the robot has already shown successful results in combat and has received positive feedback from the military.
In return, the developers of Brave1 plan to equip the robot with a combat turret or install modules for demining and mining of territories.
- In August, Ukraine began mass production of Rubaka kamikaze drones of operational and strategic importance, which are already proving effective results in combat. The new UAVs can cover a distance of up to 500 km.
- In September, Ukrainian engineers and the military developed a new FPV strike drone, the KH-S7. It is designed to hit a variety of moving and stationary ground targets.