Bozena Riot

It's like a chicken vacuum, but for democracy!

BOZENA RIOT is a remotely operated, armored vehicle designed to handle riots and mobs in the streets and urbanized areas. The system offers a solution for both protecting the law-enforcement units in action and controlling the situation whenever peace maintenance is required.

High pressure tear gas guns guarantee control of crowds in extreme situations. And the high-tech video system means every moment is captured from all angles.

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11 Responses:

  1. curgoth says:

    8/10 - still needs an IMSI catcher and "SUBMIT NOW" painted on the front. For bonus points, have the camera automatically malfunction when an officer say "oh shit!"

  2. Jef Poskanzer says:

    The Scoops are coming!

    • nightbird says:

      From the website:

      Various other tasks such as removal of barricades, vehicles, dangerous objects and materials, by means of additional attachments.

  3. Web Guy says:

    Anyone know if we're using any of these in the US yet?

  4. MattyJ says:

    "Peace maintenance". That's one of my new favorite terms now. I'm going to start using that in day-to-day conversation.

    • k3ninho says:

      Sometimes you just have to do peace enforcement, too. Hey, why aren't you laughing -- are you just at the 'first they ignore you' phase before 'then they laugh at you...'


  5. Andrew says:

    Glad it's low noise and low emissions. Can't make too much of a fuss while we're wiping the scum off the streets

  6. A Kaleberg says:

    It reminds me of Phillip Pullman's steam gun from 'The Shadow in the North'.

  7. thielges says:

    It's about time. Those crowds are starting to get out of hand when the soylent red deliveries come up short.

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