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This bulldozer can operate unmanned 


The Belaz factory in Minsk unveiled its new truck and bulldozer, which can operate via remote control with no driver inside.  The 130 tonne truck is equipped with a system developed by VIST Robotics, which allows the vehicle to function in fully automatic mode, whereas the loader is remote controlled.

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