The “royal marines” test the commandos of the future

The green berets of 43e commandos have just carried out an exercise in the sprawling network of tunnels of the Rock of Gibraltar, deploying new robots.

Like many armies around the world, that of the United Kingdom is very interested in artificial intelligence.
Like many armies around the world, that of the United Kingdom is very interested in artificial intelligence. 12583231/dave timms – stock.adobe.com

In the sprawling network of tunnels of the Rock of Gibraltar, the future of the capabilities of the British commandos is at stake. The “royal marines” have just carried out an exercise called Serpent Rock there, deploying new robots to prepare the helping hands of the future. These are the green berets of 43e commandos who experimented with new tactics and technologies that will be used by the future “Commando Force”. The unit is responsible for protecting the nuclear submarine base at Faslane, Scotland.

These commandos implemented remote-controlled land drones, which can be dropped from a height of ten meters or launched at a distance of forty meters without damage. Placed securely between two wheels, a stabilized camera provides real-time images to the assault team without unnecessary exposure. After landing, electronic circuits “self-calibrate” the robot, which is operational in two seconds. In open ground, it can be ordered

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