Talon V is, like its predecessors, essentially a camera-toting arm on tracks. The body on display at AUSA had an arm made for work with chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive (CBRNe) threats. This included a military chemical sensor, an industrial chemical sensor, and a sensor on the back to detect radioactivity. Its arm can lift over 65 pounds, and in can operate for 4-5 hours straight under typical use. This is great, as explosive detonation scenarios can sometimes take a while.