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By Reuters

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WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES (MAY 14, 2015) (REUTERS) DEMO OF MAARS (A MODULAR ADVANCED ARMED ROBOTIC SYSTEM) (SOUNDBITE) (English) U.S. MARINES, INFANTRY ADVISOR, JOSEPH PERERA, SAYING: "This is the tactical robotic controller. It controls all of the unmanned, ground robotics and the unmanned aerial aircraft that we've got. Making one universal controller." PERERA CONTROLLING MAARS (SOUNDBITE) (English) U.S. MARINES, INFANTRY ADVISOR, JOSEPH PERERA, SAYING: "Battery pack lasts up to six to eight hours. It also has a CPU so if you need to download any type of video later on, you can do that." BACKPACK, CONNECTED TO TACTICAL ROBOTIC CONTROLLER (SOUNDBITE) (English) U.S. MARINES, INFANTRY ADVISOR, JOSEPH PERERA, SAYING: "This is a tactical robotic controller. This controls MAARS. The Modular Advanced Arm Robotic System." PERERA USING CONTROLLER MAARS (MODULAR ADVANCED ARMED ROBOTIC SYSTEM) WIDE SHOT OF THE ROBOTIC SYSTEMS AND DISPLAY TENT CROWDS LOOKING AT DEVICES ON DISPLAY U.S. ARMY ENGINEER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER'S TUNNEL DETECTION BOOTH CLOSE-UP OF PART OF TUNNEL DETECTOR (SOUNDBITE) (English) RESEARCH MATHEMATICIAN WITH THE ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING BRANCH/ENGINEER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER (ERDC), SAYING: "So we're working tunnel detection to try to basically mitigate, you know, the threat of tunneling underneath and coming out behind us, or tunneling underneath and transporting goods across the border. So we're using a combination of seismic, electromagnetic, and anything we can do to detect either the infrastructure, the void, or the actual digging." CLOSE-UP OF COMPONENTS USED IN TUNNEL DETECTORS (SOUNDBITE) (English) RESEARCH MATHEMATICIAN WITH THE ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING BRANCH/ENGINEER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER (ERDC), SAYING: "When the digging happens, the energy going into the ground from the shovel, so when it hits the ground, it vibrates the ground and that's going to travel through that soil and we're going to pick that up on one of our censors and be able to find and locate where that happens."
Dateline: 2015

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