Ukrainian Armed Forces test Ironclad unmanned robot on frontline
Ukraine's military is testing the Ironclad unmanned universal robotic platform, created with the help of Brave1 victory technology, on the frontline
This is reported by the Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov.
Ironclad is a robotic platform that helps the Ukrainian army perform combat missions at the front: assaulting enemy positions, conducting reconnaissance, and providing fire support.
"This is a revolutionary product from Ukrainian engineers from Roboneers company that changes the approach to warfare and helps to save the most valuable thing – the lives of our military. The vehicle can reach speeds of up to 20 kilometers per hour, is equipped with a thermal imaging camera and a ShaBla M2 combat turret. It also has an armored shell that protects against small arms. Ironclad can be controlled remotely from a safe place," the minister said.
- On July 30, CNN journalists showed for the first time Ukrainian combat naval drones, which allow Ukraine to track and attack the enemy in Crimea and the Black Sea.