Week in Review: Autonomous Roundup

Posted on July 22, 2020
Posted in COVID-19, News, Updates

Crop-spraying Drone Brings New Life to Sugarcane Farm

A farm in South Africa completed a successful trial of crop-spraying drones over selected sections of it’s farm, bringing new life to the country’s flagging sugarcane industry.

Atlas North America announces Modifiable Underwater Mothership (MUM) concept

MUM is a modular unmanned underwater system for various applications in the civil maritime industry, which include transport and deployment of payloads, applications in the offshore wind and oil & gas industries as well as exploration of sea areas with difficult access.

Golden Age of Drone Delivery

The way the world views drones is changing.  Once a nuisance buzzing around our heads, drones are now life-saving tools in the battle against COVID-19. The crisis is driving innovation in drone policy as society has started to recognize that the utility of drones outweighs potential risks.

Lawmakers call on Army to Coordinate Small-Drone Defenses

To better defend military forces against small weaponized drones, lawmakers introduced legislation calling for the Army to coordinate troop defenses against small unmanned aerial systems for the Department of Defense.

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