According to the report, at their training and testing range located outside Zhytomyr, the Air Assault Forces have recently staged a demo of combat UGV projects being developed by companies from Kyiv, Zaporizhia, and Lviv.
The UGV platforms demonstrated were Roboneers' Ironclad, Infocom's Laska 2.0 and Gnom/Dwarf, and Robotics' RSVK-M Myslyvets/Hunter.
The purpose of the demo was to validate and verify the UGVs'capabilities stated by developers.
"The best option for the soldiers in the field would be a versatile robotic platform, on which weapon systems could be mounted/dismounted as needed; and which could easily be converted for other tasks," said Air Assault Forces Commander, Lieutenant General Yevhen Moisyuk.
In Ukraine, broad operational deployment of unmanned platforms is seen as a key element of the military modernization effort.
Combat capable UGVs are included for procurement into the Government Defense Acquisition Contract 2021.
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