Jim Miller of Sarcos and Tom Russell of NEXLOG talk about the applications of their new prototype exoskeleton suit.
Israel's Harop UAV Loitering Missile
Israel Aerospace Industries - Harop UAV Loitering Missile For MBTs Live Firing Tests -- Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is developing a loitering killer drone that has the capability to hunt illusive ground targets, such as anti-aircraft systems and mobile or concealed ballistic missile launchers. This expendable unmanned aerial vehicles, known as Harop, can be launched over a suspected area without specifically acquiring a specific target. Designed to reach targets at distances over 1,000km away, the UAV loiter over a suspected area for hours, spot target as they are exposed before activation and attack them immediately. IAI is already negotiating potential export sales of the weapon with India and Turkey. The company exposed the system for the first time in India, before the Aero-India 2009 airshow.