Navy aims for autonomous collaboration of unmanned air, surface and undersea vehicles
Uniquely for the U.S. Navy, talking about unmanned systems means thinking across three domains—air, surface and undersea—and about how vehicles operating in these different environments can be made to work together. As a result, autonomy is an enabling technology that underpins many of the Office of Naval Research’s (ONR) focus areas. “We are looking at the underlying intelligence to enable a large number of heterogeneous air, sea and undersea systems to collaborate in an unstructured, ...
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