Unmanned Aerial, Ground and Surface Vehicles to Transform Transportation within a Few Years

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Advancements in sensor fusion technologies with high imaging capabilities to enhance manoeuvrability are quickening the development of unmanned vehicles. The resulting increase in the use of unmanned vehicles will eventually alter the dynamics of the transportation industry. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Innovations in Unmanned Vehicles–Land, Air, and Sea, finds that high-quality image and navigation sensors such as light detection and ranging systems, radar, and advanced global positioning systems are promising technologies that will play a key role in enabling unmanned vehicles. The integration of sensors, signal processing, and computer vision software in a form factor that is suitable for safe and precise usage will boost the capabilities of unmanned systems.


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