SOURCE: RAUNAK KUNDE / NEWS BEAT / IDRW.ORG
The Indian Army intends to reduce 60% of its mules by 2030, a critical component of animal transport convoys used to reach extremely exhausting and inhospitable conditions along the Line of Actual Control in areas ranging from Tawang to Ladhak.
The Army wants to buy four-legged robotic mules that can move autonomously across different terrain, self-recover, and avoid obstacles.
The Indian Army is also looking to acquire small, medium, and large Cargo Drones that can transport utilities such as weekly rations and other items to forward bases and can operate autonomously and on pre-defined routes with a range of 100-150 kilometers.
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