The robot will be used in the towns and cities surrounding Ukraine's capital Kyiv
The US military reportedly gave one of its two robotic dogs to help an American nonprofit clean up mines and other ammunition left by the Russian army in Ukraine, Foreign Policy reported after talking to a source familiar with the case.
The HALO Trust – a company with expertise in clearing landmines and other explosives – will use its ‘Spot,’ a robotic dog to remove mortar shells and cluster munitions in territories formerly controlled by Russia, Chris Whatley, the group’s executive director, told the publication.
The robot will be used in the towns and cities surrounding Ukraine's capital Kyiv. ... Read More: i24