Iran unveils combat robot and suicide bomber

IRAN (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Iranian industry has advanced a lot not only in the production of suicide tubers but also in the production of combat robots capable of striking land, air and sea targets.

Iran recently held an exhibition that revealed the country’s achievements in the field of manufacturing light robots, which attracted the attention of the guests of the exhibition armored Heidair-1 light six-wheel drive.

This robot can be equipped with various weapons. For example, photographs published by the Press Office of the Iranian Armed Forces showed the AKA-47 machine gun.

The bureau said fighting tanks was a key task entrusted to a suicide bomber approaching enemy armor to detonate it with a high explosive device.

In addition, the Heidair-1 robot can collaborate with reconnaissance tubers that search for targets and send information about them to the light bomber, indicating an optimal path to reach them.


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