After Russian media reported on the weaponisation of a China-made robotic dog, Hangzhou-based Unitree Robotics said it was unable to track the sourcing of its Go1, blaming resellers. Photo: Handout
After Russian media reported on the weaponisation of a China-made robotic dog, Hangzhou-based Unitree Robotics said it was unable to track the sourcing of its Go1, blaming resellers. Photo: Handout

Chinese robotic dog maker Unitree distances itself from Russian report showing a mounted rocket launcher

  • In response to a report that appeared to show the Go1 robotic dog with a mounted rocket launcher, Unitree Robotics said its products are only for civilian use
  • Unitree is the latest Chinese technology company to be caught up in a controversy related to products being used by Russia’s military, after DJI

After Russian media reported on the weaponisation of a China-made robotic dog, Hangzhou-based Unitree Robotics said it was unable to track the sourcing of its Go1, blaming resellers. Photo: Handout
After Russian media reported on the weaponisation of a China-made robotic dog, Hangzhou-based Unitree Robotics said it was unable to track the sourcing of its Go1, blaming resellers. Photo: Handout
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