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In a remarkable display of technological prowess, Gridbots Technologies Private Limited from India is set to showcase its formidable creation, the TITAN Autonomous Tank Killer. This 2000-kilogram behemoth is designed to autonomously track and eliminate enemy tanks swiftly and effectively, making it a powerful addition to the nation’s defense capabilities.

Gridbots TITAN is ready to make its debut in a Tri-Service exercise, bringing together the Indian Army, Navy, and Air Force. The event will take place at a classified location, highlighting the innovative strides made by Gridbots Technologies in the realm of defense technology.

One of the standout features of the TITAN Autonomous Tank Killer is its armament. It is armed with the ‘Amogha-III’ missile, developed by Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL). This new man-portable missile is described as ‘fire-and-forget,’ meaning it can be deployed with minimal operator input, making it highly efficient. The Amogha-III missile is equipped with an anti-armor tandem warhead, ensuring its ability to penetrate even the most formidable armor, reaching beyond Explosive Reactive Armor (ERA) with ease.

The TITAN is not just about firepower; it boasts an array of impressive specifications. This autonomous tank destroyer can achieve a top speed of 20 kilometers per hour, ensuring agility on the battlefield. With a mesh radio range of 20 kilometers, it can maintain seamless communication with command centers and other units.

What sets TITAN apart is its versatility. With a payload capacity of 1.5 tons, it can be customized to serve various purposes, from inspection to surveillance and reconnaissance. The automatic target-tracking system, complemented by a thermal sight, ensures precise identification and engagement of targets.

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