Week in Review: Autonomous Roundup

Posted on March 11, 2021
Posted in News, Updates

Your Self-Driving Car Still Isn’t Ready—Smarter Roads Might Change That

Challenges still limit self-driving cars when it comes to identifying potential hazards on the road, such as identifying puddles and seeing clearly when the sun is low on the horizon.  Smart infrastructure can integrate with self-driving cars making the roads safer.

Don’t Swat This Bug—It Might Be A Robot On A Rescue Mission

Scientists are trying to build a flying robot with the agility of a mosquito to help in life-and-death situations, such as finding people in a collapsed building.

U.S. General Says Unmanned Aircrafts Need Too Many People

Unmanned drones may be used to support U.S. forces on the ground, however, there are still issues with the manpower involved to operate these drones.

A Wisconsin Company Will Provide Drone-Powered Internet Service To Rural Areas

The startup, Telelift, will be part of a state-funded pilot program that will provide internet access to rural areas, including  to rural students who lack reliable internet at home.

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