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Serbian Military Technical Institute unveils a new UGV. Milos-L is a remotely controlled unmanned ground vehicle intended for logistical tasks as well as rescue missions.
The tracked UGV weighs 550 kg and has a 250 kg payload capacity. It can reach the speed of 10 km/h and be operated for a maximum of 3 hours.
The UGV is equipped with two CCD cameras, one at the front and one at the rear. IR lights are also provided, as reported by armyrecognition.com.
Milos is powered by an electric drive system. Its small silhouette, along with silent power-plant and rubberized track, ensures quiet movement while approaching the targets, according to army-technology.com.