Intelligent_Donkey: But do they come in hot rod red?
Cinaed: likely only able to be fielded near established facilities or well equipped and developed positions.
Fizpez: So, theoretically rather than use the load carrying capacity for water/food medical/survival/camp gear you could substitute 200 pounds of armor and sensors.And as long as the soldier is fully encased in armor and the suit reacts to muscular commands - the next question becomes "Why have the soldier in there at all" - tele-presence those grunts and have them sleep in their own beds at night./I'm guessing the rig would have trouble balancing itself but it's not a huge leap from this to unmanned (but piloted) ground "soldiers".
way south: I know that, for the sarcos rig, making it automated was one of their goals./so you can step out of your armor and send it in on its own, if need be.
Brainsick: way south: I know that, for the sarcos rig, making it automated was one of their goals./so you can step out of your armor and send it in on its own, if need be.That could never go wrong...
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