Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Pakistan Building Military Robots !

Amidst constant echos of a failed State Pakistan has raised eyebrows with the development of next generation light weight plutonium Nuclear cruise and ballistic missiles, $1 billion Pakistan-China Joint development of JF-17 fighter jet rivaling F-16's, 'Uqaab' the indigenous drone and now military robots !

Research at the Department of Mechatronics Engineering department at the Rawalpindi based 124 acre College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering has been key to the Robot development in Pakistan !

CEME is the largest constituent college of National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan. The college is envisaged to grow as a modern center of excellence in various fields of sciences and technology whilst enabling provision of intellectual leadership and development of indigenous technology within Pakistan.

CEME is in the forefront for the development of military robots for the Pakistan army and civilian use. In 2008, the Electrical Engineering Department of the College has found accredition as the best in the country and one of the top most in the southeast Asia region.

With tough competitive exams and selection criteria the students have lead to further enhancing the name of the college and university on the national and international fronts. The mechatronics department has gained fame through the annual all Pakistan robotics competition (NERC) which is one of the best in Asia. The computer and mechanical departments have gained wide publicity due to the quality of engineers they provide and also due to the large number of competitions that are held under their umbrella.

Robots will be armies of the future in a case of science fact catching up to fiction. “The United States is ahead in military robots, but in technology there is no such thing as a permanent advantage,” Peter Singer, who has authored books on the military said. “You have Russia, China, Pakistan and Iran working on military robots.” Singer warned that while using robots for battle saves lives of military personnel, the move has the potential to exacerbate warfare by having heartless machines do the dirty work. “We are at a point of revolution in war,” Singer said. Singer predicted US military units will be half machine, half human by 2015.

4 comments:

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bilal said...

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bilal said...

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listen to ted talk on Pakistan Robots

Cadet College Fateh Jang | CCF said...

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