In the history of the British army, the biggest robot exercise was ongoing on Monday. Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson declared British troops had begun to test over 70 examples of modest technology including intensified spying drones and the computerized vehicles on the ground of Salisbury Plain in Southern England.

The defence ministry said the game defining Autonomous Warrior trial will hindmost four weeks and check a range of preliminary unmanned aerial and autonomic ground vehicles which target to diminish the danger on the troops during combat.

A statement of MOD in London added that the marching will be ended with the experiment of the battle group, where the best concepts and demonstrating products will be checked in the adverse operational atmosphere.

One of the key zones being checked is the autonomic last mile resupply. The MOD explained the “last mile ” which were representing the extreme crucial concluding approach to the resisting zone, is very vital for ensuring that soldiers have fuel, food and ammunition for being alive.

According to Secretary Williamson, “Our troops now have the chance to test out a huge range of robotic kit in what will be the biggest exercise of its kind in our history. This equipment could revolutionize our Armed Forces, keeping them safe and giving them the edge in an increasingly unstable world”.

The marching targets to check the enhanced technologies of updated surveillance, long-ranging legible aiming, intensified mobility, re-supply of forces, urban warfare and heightened situational awareness.

Most of the military troops will appear from the Royal Tank Regiment Battle Group’s Armored Infantry Brigade.

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