MILITARY ROBO

AS WE ALL KNOW THOUSANDS OF BRAVE SOLDIERS ARE BEING KILLED FOR THE SAFETY OF OUR COUNTRY. FOR MONITERY OF OUR COUNTRY MANY SOLDIERS GET KILLED BY ENEMIES. SO WE HAVE DEVELOPED A NEW WAR ROBO WHICH MONITERS OUR ENEMY AND AUTO FIRES AT THE TIME OF EMERGENCY . THE USE OF THIS ROBO IS TO SAVE LIVES ,MONITERS AND KILLS OUR ENEMIES. THESE ROBOS USE AUTOMATIC GUNS LIKE AK-22,ARMALITE AR-7 AND SNIPERS LIKE M-40 RIFLE,MAUSER M59. THEY ARE FUNTIONED IN SUCH A WAY THAT THEY CAN AUTOMATICALLY ENHANCE GUNS AND THEY HAVE A HD CAMERA WHICH GIVES CLEAR PHOTAGE AND HELPS THE DEFENCE SYSTEM FOR MONITERY


Military robots can be used for lots of things. Some of the things are taking pictures, firing a gun, disarming bombs, carrying wounded soldiers, detecting mines, firing missiles, flying, and more uses are being developed right now.

These robots create many jobs like people need to operate them, people need to build them, and people need to program them.

Most of the military robots that are used today are manned. They have operators that are trained to operate these robots. There are very few unmanned robots, but the ones that are get programmed.


Wars leads to colossal amounts of destruction and damage in the form of property, equipment and money. However, the biggest loss of all is the loss of human life.

Our take upon this problem is in the form of an autonomous military robot. This robot is capable of handling an army.

This robot solve multiple issues at once like solving the problem of unemployment by creating a total assembly line for manufacturing the robot, the R&D department of the robot and above all keeping a stop to the colossal damage to human life.

This robot has been prototyped using LEGO Mindstorms EV3. The programming has also been done by using Lego’s proprietary Mindstorms Software.

As far as the prototype is concerned it contains an ultrasonic sensor to identify its obstacle and a supply cartridge of bullets which is in the form of 3 module beams. The firing system is surprisingly powerful for its size whose potential is handled by a rubber rim of 1 mm thick high grade rubber.

It has been programmed to identify any suspicious obstacles and shoot at them. The reaction time of the robot is 0.4 seconds with an accuracy rate of 85%.

ADVANTAGES-

advantages of military robot use are often “lifesaving.” The first major advantage and most important of robots is that they are capable of performing duties similar to human duties without the actual danger to human lives ("Military robots," 2011). These robots are easily replaceable at a cost, unlike human life. Robots can also endure damage done by bombs or other types of weaponry that would otherwise destroy the human body. Without robots how would bombs be detonated? Also how could our government spy on other nations without being seen? These are a few things to think about and how robots are changing the world a giant step at a time.More robots are consistently being created and used during many missions. For example, when the U.S. invaded Iraq there was no robotics used during ground invasions. A short time later in 2004, there was 150 robots used on the ground. A year later, 2,400 and by the year of 2008 there were over 12,000 seen on the ground (Singer, 2009). This should go to show how effective the use of robots is in the military. Another advantage of robots is that they come in various sizes. Some robots are able to fit into spaces that are not easily accessible for humans. Tight, dark spaces are common and robots are a perfect fit for the task. Other advantages include using robots not only to disarm bombs and weapons, but to hold and fire. The “MULE”, a medium sized Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) is used on the battlefield for recon and crowd control ("Military robots: military," 2010). Also consistent with the “Gladiator and SWORDS,” these robots are able to obtain and terminate any threats that become present ("Military robots: military," 2010). They are also equipped with machine gun like features that make these medium sized robots appear to be a small army.

  • Replace soldiers in dangerous missions, such as crawling through caves or in street-to-street urban combat, reducing casualties.
  • Reduce civilian casualties if used properly and if sufficient ethical programming could be developed.
  • Act as a “force multiplier.” One human fighter could command a squad of robots working semiautonomously.
  • Make faster decisions than humans, an important advantage on the modern battlefield.
  • Be unaffected by anger, revenge, hunger, fear, fatigue, or stress.
  • Use video or other sensors to monitor human soldiers on both sides of a battle for violations of the laws of war.
  • Refuse to carry out an unethical or illegal commands, something a human soldier might be pressured not to do.