Current and future military cargo trucks could be turned into individual autonomous ground vehicles that could be herded into driverless convoys under a program being developed by Lockheed Martin. The Autonomous Mobility Applique System (AMAS) would utilize a standardized kit that could be used in a wide range of vehicle types to make them driver-optional. The idea is to make the vehicles not just unmanned, but completely autonomous, Lockheed Martin officials said during a briefing at ...

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