LTN Michal Kopuletý Dipl. Eng.
Future Forces Forum Future Forces Exhibition 2016 Military Advanced Robotic Systems (MARS) Conference 2016
Engineer S-3 Staff Officer
153rd Engineer Battalion, Olomouc
The Requirements for Future Military Robots Supporting Mobility
POSTER: The paper deals with tasks related to engineer support to mobility, contemporary requirements for military robots and their possible future application within mobility support task. The result of this paper is an evaluation of requirements for engineer vehicles predestined for the tasks of engineer mobility support and analysis of the individual engineer tasks from the perspective of the realization by military robots in future operations. Knowledge obtained by studying of scientific and professional literature was assessed by methods of analysis and deduction. Methods of induction and synthesis were used for exploring the possibilities of future application of military robots and for gathering partial conclusions. Information dealing with requirements for engineer means supporting mobility were gathered by method of structured interview from chosen experts. The text provides a general insight in to the issue of robotization of engineer tasks related to engineer support to mobility and requirements for military robots. Thus it mediates a preview on the future performance of engineer mobility tasks and it can serve as a guidance for consideration of prospective investments into engineer corps.
Co-author: CPT Ota ROLENEC
2007-2010 University of Defense, Faculty of economics and management (bachelor´s degree)
2010-2012 University of Defense, Faculty of economics and management (master´s degree)
2015- University of Defense, Faculty of military leadership (doctoral studies)
Dissertation: The possible robotization of military engineering
2007 Joining the military
2007-2012 Student of University of Defense, Brno
2012-2015 Engineer construction platoon leader/153rd Engineer Battalion, Olomouc
2015- Engineer S-3 staff officer/153rd Engineer Battalion, Olomouc
My main scientific aim is to study impacts of robotization on military engineering. My research focus on possible application of military robots and unmanned systems in the framework of engineer roles – mobility, counter-mobility and survivability in future military operations.