What are the weapons created by science ?

Science has achieved incomparable feats in all vital sectors. Thanks to science, everything is constantly improving. For the benefit of the military, several weapons have been designed that allow states to be more effective in their attacks. So which weapons are we talking about? Discover the most important ones here.

The robotic system weapon        

This is one of the most advanced forms of robotic weaponry. It appears to be an effective piece of equipment because it saves human lives. During wars, the use of this device avoids sending soldiers into the field. As a result, it keeps the entire military team in place. It is remotely controlled by a well thought-out computer system. The robot can be equipped with a machine gun of up to 400 rounds.

Adaptive camouflage

This weapon is designed to confuse the enemy during an attack. As the name suggests, it allows users to mask all infrared signatures of military vehicles.

It is therefore an effective weapon for blending into the environment and avoiding any form of unexpected aggression. This technology also uses thermal imaging mechanisms and renders any type of detection ineffective.

It should be noted that the adaptive camouflage weapon incorporated into a vehicle is equipped with a system consisting of honeycombs which are installed and which therefore allow the vehicle to cool itself.

The MAHEM explosive munition


This weapon uses a magnetic flux generator system to fire any projectile. These projectiles can hit the target accurately without the use of chemical explosives.

This system is also used to pierce enemy vehicles even in cases where they are armoured. This is possible because of the large caliber metals that can be incorporated into the material.

The thunder generator

This machine, still called the ‘Thunder generator’, was first used in Israel. It is designed to create an explosion within itself and then release it in the form of shock waves with very high speeds. This allows it to push the entire explosion into the target area and can cover up to 30 metres.