Week in Review: Autonomous Roundup

Posted on December 21, 2020
Posted in News, Updates

Self-Driving Robotaxis Are Taking Off in China

The world has been inching toward fully autonomous cars for years.  In China, one company just got even closer to making it a reality.  AutoX has rolled out a fleet of 25 fully driverless robotaxis on public roads in Shenzhen. 

Drones as a First Responder?

DRONERESPONDERS, the leading resource for drone public safety, will launch a working group designed to help other police and public safety departments develop programs that allow Drones to provide airborne support to first responders.

The U.S. Navy’s New Drone Fleet Looks Pretty Dangerous

The U.S. Navy is not only fast tracking a new fleet of drone boats, but also arming them with new weapons, sensors and cutting-edge radar systems.

Travis Air Force Base Now Has Autonomous Security Drones Flying Around

The California based military installation has deployed its first autonomous security drone system to provide better surveillance and situational awareness.

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