The Florida compound will be one of the first military locations to use the semi-autonomous machines, developed by Immersive Wisdom and Ghost Robotics, per a official press release.
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Base leadership explains that the robot dogs will be given a regular patrol path that will be regularly monitored by an Air Force security officer.
While operating the robot, a 360-degree camera allows security workers to see the area around the "dog."
The driver can also use the machine's built-in speaker to talk to any intruders it encounters on patrol.
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Air Force officials say the robot K9 units will provide patrolling help, allowing humans and military dogs to focus on security actions that require a physical presence.