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Kolumbowie, TV Series, 1970 IMDB

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  • Kolumbuszok (Hungary)


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130rapid PL

2023-04-19 12:44

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WWII wartime drama-series, the action set on 1943-1944.

Little bloops in Ep. 3: definitely deeply postwar Star trailer truck and unsufficiently hidden 1960s Jelcz 706 bus.
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antp BE

2023-04-25 10:47

ep 4:
1944 Borgward Goliath Leichter Ladungsträger (Sd.Kfz. 3036)
130rapid wrote [Image: i001779987.jpg] [Image: p4-5038-goliath.jpg]
00:51:26 [*][*]


mike962 wrote not a manned vehicle

it's a Goliath remote controled from Wehmacht days

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goliath_tracked_mine

130rapid wrote List or not to list... :think:

andrepa wrote self-propelled but driverless should be listed here.
a decision with far-reaching consequences when we think about the future of the automobile:
Driverless cars
Another argument is that the designation sdkfz is nothing more than a special motor vehicle, but still a
kfz = car ; truck ; tank ; tractor ; motorbike etc.

andrepa wrote Leichter Ladungsträger (Sd.Kfz. 3036) „Goliath“ late Zündapp 700ccm 12,5 PS Boxer engine
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goliath_(Panzer)

mike962 wrote
BUT

this wasn't meant to carry a person unlike a driverless car !!

the Goliath is just a drone , not an autonomos car

johnfromstaffs wrote Remote controlled in 1944? Was this by way of radio control, or by the use of an umbilical? There is a considerable difference in perception of the two options, and I don’t think that this thing could accurately be described as a drone, the operator would, of necessity, have to be relatively close to it. Nor is it in any way comparable with a driverless vehicle which is capable of assessment of situations and surroundings and making decisions for itself on steering and braking.

It is really very little more than a vehicle with a long steering column, in that the operator has to see it to “drive” it.

More thought needed, before any new, or re- classification please.

mike962 wrote it was usually controlled by long wires

here video demonstrating it
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dUSEWDq75w


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_dr0arBltU

johnfromstaffs wrote Thanks, I see that one of the YouTube clips calls it a tracked mine. That’s about it, control looks to be limited to “start/stop; left/right; forward/back; explode.” Remotely controlled vehicles have been in use for many years, mainly for mine disposal but they are much more basic than any modern driverless car needs to be.

https://www.army-technology.com/projects/wheelbarrowmk9/


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130rapid PL

2023-04-25 11:01

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