Robot sniper injures with precision

A French firm has invented a remote-controlled robot ‘soldier’, said to be the world’s first, which can accurately shoot to neutralise an enemy without killing them at up to 300m away.

The company, SD4E, says its 4x4 mobile ‘Snibot’ is much more precise than a human sniper and can target effectively to shoot a person in the arms or legs, thus avoiding vital organs.

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