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A robotic arm with tactile feedback, which can be used both in space and at great depths, was presented by the staff of the BSTU “Voenmech” them. D.F. Ustinov at the Innovation Day of the RF Ministry of Defense in the Era technopolis.

The development is designed to perform complex spatial operations with high accuracy and speed. The advantage of the project is the small weight and high specific power of the sample, as well as the possibility of equipping manipulators with feedback sensors, including tactile ones.

The robot is equipped with vision systems that allow the manipulators to be installed on mobile carriers as part of robotic systems, as well as on military and special-purpose vehicles.

The robot can be used in the space sector as a manipulator for a satellite-inspector, maintenance and repair of spacecraft, for the deployment and maintenance of space-based antennas.

The Navy will be able to use the robot as a manipulator to work as part of autonomous unmanned underwater vehicles and as part of complexes for conducting search, emergency and rescue operations. The robot will be able to perform work at great depths. It can also be used by engineering troops on various mobile platforms and solving tasks related to mine clearance. In the Ground Forces, it can also be used as part of robotic systems to provide loading and maintenance of missile, artillery and rifle systems.

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