Week in Review: Autonomous Roundup
Nation’s Largest Self-Driving Electric Shuttle Network Launches
On August 10, 2021, the country’s biggest fleet of low-speed, self-driving electric shuttles were unveiled on Colorado’s School of Mines campus in a major step forward for the electric vehicle sector.
System Trains Drones To Fly Around Obstacles At High Speeds
Aerospace engineers at MIT have devised an algorithm that helps drones find the fastest route around obstacles without crashing. This new algorithm could enable fast, nimble drones for time-critical operations such as search and rescue.
Military Unmanned Ground Drones Can Now Follow People Around
European company, Milrem Robotics, is developing a series of drones that can fulfill a variety of roles, including following a human operator walking along a path with various obstacles.
The Pentagon Is Adding Two More Large Unmanned Surface Vessels To Its Ghost Fleet Program
The Navy’s fleet of unmanned surface vessels (USVs) is about to grow, as they added two more USVs to its secretive Ghost Fleet Overload program.
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