Rostec has Created the World’s First Ground Suicide FPV Drone – Depesha

Rostec has Created the World’s First Ground Suicide FPV Drone – Depesha

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High-Precision Systems holding has developed the Depesha and Baggy multifunction robotic systems. The ground robots are currently undergoing the comprehensive test, in particular, in the special military operation zone. 

Capacity, together with compact size and maneuverability, is one of the most important property of the robotic vehicles. Capacity of the Depesha and Baggy is 150 kg and 250 kg, respectively. This makes the robots reliable assistants for soldiers on the front line. The Depesha and Baggy can quickly and unnoticeably deliver food, ammunition, fuel to the front line and even evacuate wounded soldiers.

Various versions of the remotely operated Depesha and Baggy may be used to engage the enemy personnel and fortifications such as permanent fire positions, earth and timber bunkers, fortified fire positions and strongpoints. Moreover, the robotic systems can perform mine-laying functions. 

The Depesha robot is crawler-mounted and operated using a joystick and FPV helmet. The Baggy robotic system is wheel-mounted and operated using a joystick and tablet. Both robots may be used as ground suicide drones to engage enemy targets by detonating the charge delivered by the robotic vehicle to the target.