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    Russian combat robots will be showcased for the first time at the upcoming international military-technical forum Army-2015.

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    The Russian Defense Ministry will for the first time present its combat robots at the international military-technical forum "Army 2015", which will take place in June, Russian sources said.

    "The Russian Defense Ministry's main research and testing robotics center will for the first time present the results of their work in the field of robotics at the international exhibition area in the Moscow Region town of Kubinka," the ministry's press service said on Friday.

    It added that the Army-2015 forum will see the presentation of characteristics of combat and double-purpose robots made in Russia and beyond.

    Additionally, visitors will see an archive of tests of ground, water and air robots.

    "The center's exhibition stand will also present several experimental models of robots for military purposes," the press service said.

    According to it, the first batch of robots has already been supplied to the engineering troops, navy, as well as reconnaissance units of land and airborne forcers.

    The center's robotics-related activity includes work on the creation of unmanned aerial vehicles, ground robots, underwater unmanned vehicles and unmanned motor boats.

    The international military-technical forum Army-2015 will be held in Patriot recreational park in Kubinka between June 16 and June 19.

    Army 2015 Defense Forum (22)


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