Week in Review: Autonomous Roundup
Swedish startup, Jetson, unveiled its Jetson ONE personal electric aerial vehicle for release to customers in 2022. This eVTOL vehicle has flight times of 20 minutes and will be able to fly at a top speed of 63 mph
Visitors to Amsterdam will soon spot electric-powered self-driving watercrafts cruising silently through its canals, ferrying passengers or transporting goods or trash.
Virginia Teach Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor is working to teach multi-agent systems, or drone swarms, how to work with search and rescue personnel to improve real-life searches in Virginia.
Autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) are taking on a variety of missions and gathering critical information for navies around the world. These systems perform a variety of tasks, such as hunting for mines, surveillance, maping sea floors, and recording water quality measurements, while carrying payloads that are increasingly more sophisticated.