Air Force Uses Dog-Like Robots in Base Security Exercise

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The U.S. Air Force used four-legged, dog-sized robots in a security perimeter defense test at Nellis Air Force base in Nevada last week, part of a larger Advance Battlefield Management System (ABMS) demonstration, the tech website The Drive reported.

The report did not specify how many “quadrupedal” robots, built by Ghost Robotics, were deployed for the test, but noted they were used for a variety of tasks, including remote inspection; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (or ISR) missions; mapping; distributed communications and security.

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