It depends on what you want it to do at the moment you deploy it. It's meant to be versatile.
How about electronic warfare units?
One unit could scramble/jam a unit's radar, rendering it unaware of anything not immediately in front of it.
Another unit may discharge an EMP blast that temporarily immobilizes an enemy unit.
Make it possible for any unit with night vision to "share" their field of view with any machines in their squadron.
Mmm... I'm not sure. These guys are quite small, and don't have any arms. Their tails can switch between an individual mode (bipedal) as a balancing item for better running performance (horizontal position), and gestalt mode, in which their tails turn upwards to support the aerial unit. The twins (ground units) assemble their backs in gestalt mode to form a quadrupedal unit. The aerial unit can assemble with both their bipedal or quadrupedal forms.
This description refers that design only. It is one of my favourites.
Yet, I have to make an organized portfolio with descriptions so that you can compare the designs, etc. But, as I said in one of my recent posts, I won't be uploading as much stuff as usual for some weeks. Yet, I'll be back!
Here is my very first set of sketches:
Your suggestions are interesting! I'll keep them in mind for future designs.
I developed another design for the Gestalt program. It's called Cerberus. I'll upload the sketches soon, although the portfolio isn't ready (I'm undertaking exams and need to study).
Little sketch of a Gestalt prototype :)
Reminded me of this.... Skip to 3:14?
Good reference! I've never played Halo, although the original Gestalt unit was inspired by Boston Dynamics' robots:
Do you think that we should choose the Cerberus design or the first one? Or keep on trying?