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DRDO Daksh

Daksh - Remotely Operated Vehicle developed by DRDO

Daksh is an electrically powered and remotely controlled robot used for locating, handling and destroying hazardous objects safely.[1]


  • Description 1
  • Total Containment Vessels 2
  • Operator 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6



Daksh is a battery-operated remote-controlled robot on wheels and its primary role is to recover bombs. Developed by

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External links

  1. ^ Prasad Kulkarni, TNN, Nov 28, 2008, 12.07am IST (2008-11-28). "Daksh could be useful in Mumbai operations". The Times of India. Retrieved 2010-08-31. 
  2. ^ Posted by ASIAN DEFENCE (2009-08-22). "Bomb Disposal Robot Daksh". Retrieved 2010-08-31. 
  3. ^ [1]
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  5. ^ "City firms to roll-out anti-bomb robot for Army soon". 2009-08-22. Retrieved 2010-08-31. 


See also


  • Fully automated
  • Can neutralise NBC weapons
  • Has radio frequency shield to jam remote signals for triggering a blast

Total Containment Vessels

The first batch of five units was handed over to General Combat Engineers, on 19 December 2011. The technology has been transferred for production to three firms, Dynalog, Theta Controls and Bharat Electronics Ltd. [4] With a master control station (MCS), it can be remotely controlled over a range of 500 m in line of sight or within buildings. Ninety per cent of the robot’s components are indigenous. The Army has also placed limited series production orders for 20 Dakshs.[3], which can break open locked doors, and it can scan cars for explosives.shotgun It has a [2]

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