Week in Review: Autonomous Roundup
A group of inventors at the University of Cincinnati are developing a drone that can be used to conduct virtual healthcare visits in patients’ homes. The goal is to fill the gap in telehealth delivery among those who do to have access to necessary devices or internet connectivity.
An upcoming naval exercise will test the ability of one of the U.S. Navy’s most advanced guided missile destroyers to provide command and control to a variety of remotely crewed drones and ships., control a collection of uncrewed ships and aircraft.
Dotterel Technologies has developed a sophisticated audio payload for unmanned aerial vehicles, which allows for two-way radio communication. This may prove to be a critical tool for search and rescue operations.
Level 3 autonomous driving promises to let drivers take their hands off the wheel and their eyes off the road under certain conditions. So how does the new Legend sedan—the first passenger car equipped with this technology—deliver on that promise?