Drones can be dispatched on automated missions, such as infrastructure inspections, surveillance and more — all by software alone with a human monitoring the mission.
Think about it: Would you really want to traipse around in hot, dusty conditions for three days with a handheld sensor, scanning each and every solar panel?
...with the promise of billions more as the Navy built out a fleet of 76 of the remotely piloted, carrier-capable aerial refueling aircraft.
The company counts some pretty big customers among their ranks, including Tesla, GM, Gillette, Blue Origin, and NASA, among some other larger companies as well.
The system, if it comes to fruition, could enable Amazon to optimize its last-mile delivery services by outsourcing much of the work to its automated drones.
307 robots have achieved 100% automation of the main connections in NIO's bodywork, with an overall workshop automation rate of 97.5%.
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