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Is the Russian Military Going Robot?

Dave Majumdar Security, At the end of the day, the United States and other Western nations still maintain a lead over Russia in drone technology. However, the Russians are determined to catch up. Russia has developed a small unmanned coaxial rotor helicopter that can carry a 150Kg payload. The Kumertau Aviation Production Enterprise—which is part of the Rostec group’s Russian Helicopters division—has built two prototype helicopters.
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