In the province of Latakia, army units of the Syrian army, backed by Russian military robots, have captured the strategic height of 754.5.
The attack on this height involved six robotic systems "Platform-M" and four sets of "Argo". Attack of the robots was supported by the recently supplied to Syria, self-propelled artillery guns (SPAG) "Acatsia" that can destroy enemy positions by a high angle of fire.
From the air, reconnaissance drones were deployed to monitor the situation on the battlefield. They passed on detailed information to the field command center "Andromeda-D", as well as to Moscow — to the National Control Centre of the Defence command post of the General Staff of Russia.
Initially, attack robots were deployed, they approached the militants' fortifications at a distance of 100-120 meters, thus attracting firing in their direction, and after the enemy positions from where they were being fired at were detected, the artillery guns (SPAG's) immediately struck at them.
Following the robots, at a distance of 150-200 meters, the advancing Syrian infantry attacked, thus clearing way for the capture of the strategic height.
Drones controlled all movements of militants. Artillery strikes were conducted at the militants' positions. Hardly 20 minutes after the attack of the fighting robots began, the militants fled, abandoning their dead and wounded. On the slopes of the height of 754.5, about 70 dead militants were counted. No Syrian soldiers died in this attack, only 4 were wounded.
... when the arms industry will fully automate the new weapons, private armies will only serve as assistance to fully automated war machines. We already see the test fields of the weapons of future˙ the drones in Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere. It's not accidental that the arms industries demonstrate new weapons designed to be used inside urban areas for suppression of potential riots. There will be no "outside enemy" in the future. The threat for the dominant system will come from the interior, the big urban centers. Soldier-robots will protect worker-robots and resources.