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Komatsu's 186 ton "Robot truck"

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About: Komatsu's 186 ton "Robot truck"

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Didn't anyone read that the man controlling it was using a cord for safety? It is more reliable to do this in narrower environments than using an entirely wireless console. This truck will not require any assistance when it's out working in the mines. Definitely not an oversized RC car as you'd want to call it.
I for one, welcome our dumptruck overlords
Big "toys"
designed to put people out of work by scumbags, for bigger scumbags.
40 mph? Or 40 kph? Still to fast. I call b.s.
Don't be in a hurry to put a machine that size in the field. Not all technology is good. If that thing looses control it's going to cause alot of damage.
Só de imaginar o consumo desse monstro da até dor de cabeça
Un beau joujou
Self-driving cars are utterly bullshit!
I wonder how many gallons of tire shine they used...
so when its going 40mp/h the dude with the cord is gonna run and keep up with it?
Belaz 75710 looks better
Great idea until it has a malfunction.
abcense of cabin does not save money at all but in some cases may be vital to proceed work. Stupid PR komatsu
need 10000 meter wire
Biggest RC truck

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