Week in Review: Autonomous Roundup

Posted on September 29, 2021
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How robotics Will Transform The Workplace As We Know It

As companies scramble to increase their reliance on robotics and automation, the workplace as we know it will undergo a series of significant changes.

The Navy Gets Its Drone Fleet Into the Water

The US Navy sends its unmanned vehicles powered by artificial intelligence into the Persian Gulf amid rising tensions with Iran.

Weed Farmers Are Using Drones As Crop Cops

Plant monitoring, data collection and security – cannabis farmers have a 21st-centry toolkit that goes beyond tractors, balers and mowers.  Unmanned aerial vehicles can help with a slew of farm tasks, from crop dusting to crop monitoring.

When Hands-Free Is Not Free: What is the Cost of Self-Driving Tech?

The prospect of semi-autonomous driving is certainly exciting.  As convenient as these systems can appear, the technology comes with many limitations and adds thousands of dollars to the cost of a vehicle.  Subscriptions may soon be required to unlock a vehicle’s advanced driver-assist features.

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