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New trials of a recently developed AI-enabled unmanned all-terrain vehicle will be conducted by the Indian Army. The vehicle will be tested on desert terrain before any attempts on a larger scale, and it will be used for surveillance and logistics operations, according to ThePrint.In.

The vehicle is equipped with day and night cameras with a range of 2 kilometers and can carry up to 500 kgs. Additionally, the vehicle has multiple sensors for mapping, path planning and obstacle detection, and can operate in temperatures ranging from -20 degree to +50 Degrees Celsius. 

The unmanned vehicle is also expected to be deployed for explosive detection and neutralization of improvised explosive devices (IED).