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By READING the information on the placard in the first set of pictures you might have known that this was a REMOTELY CONTROLLED (and therefore UNmanned) vehicle.Go To go ? Who would drive a Mutt designed to find mines ? Sounds like a suicide mission. That is what Tanks are for.
Ok Guilty. !! I don't know how a remote controlled Mutt can shift into 1st or any other gears ! LOLBy READING the information on the placard in the first set of pictures you might have known that this was a REMOTELY CONTROLLED (and therefore UNmanned) vehicle.
We all sometimes speak without first reading all the content.... I too am guilty of that at times.
Thanks, Rick.In the written description of the vehicle it tells you that if a mine is found it automatically declutches and brakes the vehicle so a technician can then disarm the mine. It is a DETECTOR, not a clearing unit like a flail that sets them off. The vehicle is most likely put in first gear before starting the operation and the clutch and brakes are operated by servos. Pretty easy operation really.
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