Week in Review: Autonomous Roundup
Boeing’s Unmanned Combat Jet Edges Closer to First Flight
The aerospace giant has announced that its Loyal Wingman unmanned, fighter-like jet, is one step closer to its first flight after a low-speed taxi test.
Autonomous Trucking Could Disrupt the Freight World
Autonomous long-range hauling is likely to evolve over the next several years, which looks to disrupt a core industry in world transportation
Army Teams with Universities to Create Miniature Drone Device that Detects Aerosols
The device, which will be carried on drones, will help soldiers deal with potentially lethal aerosol threats in the battlefield.
Amazon Needs This Wireless In-Flight Drone Recharging Tech for Prime Air
The four-year-old delivery service, which is being touted as the “future delivery system”, needs a wireless in-flight drone recharging system that essentially gives their drones unlimited range.
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