New drone from Israel is designed to crash into its target, then destroy itself with 50 pounds of on-board explosives.
Will orders for Israel Aerospace Industries' six-wheel robotic "beast of burden," designed to carry 440 pounds of foot soldiers' stuff for 72 hours sans refueling, roll in?
Israel Aerospace Industries develop cutting edge eco-friendly/pilotless aircraft.
Israeli companies field yet another patrol robot--the cheetah-spotted Guardium unmanned ground system.
The conventional story relies a lot on myth. But the fuller explanation has to take into account the spillover effect from the nation's rapid military build-up in its first decades of existence.