Military and Commercial Usage

Vehicles used in these sectors vary with some using batteries to power them and others normal engines. But one aspect is shared by all of them "operator experience". Since they do delicate work their operators are required to undergo professional training to be able to operate them properly. Each operator practices in a simulator until he passes the test after which he is licensed as that vehicles operator. This must be done to maintain set operator codes which certify that they are capable of doing the job correctly. Another reason is that these vehicles are very costly to manufacture and pilot/operator error should be avoided at any cost.

The RCV used by the sewer departments are usually battery powered since sewer systems usually have gases that may be inflammable. Since speed is not a priority, most sewer robots are slow but have enough power to maneuver up and down slippery pipes and many are also equipped with 4x4 wheel propulsion to avoid slipping inside wet pipes.

Drones are installed with small engines and they have the necessary circuits which make it possible to control all of their operations via remote control from the military base itself. They respond to the RC signals in-flight and hence can be used for appropriate action when the aerial surveillance shows the need for it. They are equipped with rockets and necessary ammunition to attack hostile targets.



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