BSVT rolls out production ready Berserk combat UGV

Belarussian firm Belspetsvneshtechnika (BSVT) has demonstrated the production-ready version of its Centaur unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) prototype at the 174th training ground of the country's Air Force and Air Defence Forces in early October, Jane's has learnt.
The Berserk combat UGV seen armed with a pair of 7.62 mm miniguns with an effective range of up to 1,000 m.Photo by: BVST
The tracked and weaponised UGV is called the Self-Propelled Robotized System 'Berserk' (SPRS 'Berserk') and can operate as a single unit, or be programmed to work as part of a team to undertake a 24-hour patrol along pre-programmed routes while automatically detecting and tracking objects of interest.
The Berserk is equipped with a suite of four cameras comprising two colour cameras and two thermal imagers (TI) for day/night operations, while its tracks enable it to traverse different types of terrain at speeds of up to 5 km/h.