Week in Review: Autonomous Roundup
The VW ID. Buzz with Level 4 Autonomy is Scheduled to Begin Real-World Testing This Year
Volkswagen has made a significant investment in Argo.AI, a US-based company created to build autonomous driving systems and bring them to market.
The Army is Testing Arming its Light Tactical Vehicles with Drones
The U.S. Army is experimenting with a new type of small unmanned aircraft system designed to launch from twin-tube launcher assembly mounted on a Polaris DAGOR ultra-light weight vehicle.
Girl Scout Cookies Take Flight in Drone Deliveries
A Google affiliate is using drones to deliver Girl Scout cookies to people’s doorsteps in a Virginia community. These commercial delivery drones are also delivering more mundane drugstore offerings, FedEx packages, and locally-made pastries, tacos, and cold brew coffees.
Navy Kicks Off First Fleet Exercise Focused On the Role of Unmanned Systems
The Navy kicked off its first-ever exercise using manned and unmanned systems together in the air and the sea, in a first test of what a future hybrid fleet of crewed and unscrewed vessels could look like.
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