In the new era, the US Army is leading the development of autopilot vehicle.

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 In the new era, the US Army is leading the development of autopilot vehicle.


In April, Michael Griffin, the Deputy Minister for research and Engineering in the US Department of defense, told MPs at a hearing in Capitol Hill: before the autopilot is on the road, we will see the autopilot serving the army on the battlefield. But their core technology will be the same. This is vital to the US Army. Griffin said that in the operational area, 52% of casualties occurred in military personnel transporting food, fuel and other logistical materials. Using artificial intelligence system to reduce personnel participation can significantly reduce casualties. Griffin said: this kind of activity will be very vulnerable to attack. If I can use an automated unmanned vehicle to complete this work, I dont have to worry about pedestrians and signposts with a relatively simple artificial intelligence driving algorithm. The new way company, general motors, and other technology and auto companies under the alphabet company are developing automatic driving cars that can be used to call services. Well pilot technology has launched a pilot automatic truck on parts of the US highway. New mode of travel has been studying autopilot for more than 10 years, but most of the companies have encountered major obstacles, especially after an automatic driving SUV in March this year killed a pedestrian in the road test. In addition to the technical challenges facing cars that can safely cross the streets of chaotic cities, civil autopilot developers also have to face a developing legal and regulatory environment. The passenger car must meet dozens of federal vehicle safety standards from all aspects of the steering light to the braking system, and many of the standards are based on the premise that the driver is human. But Karin Stanley, a researcher and lawyer at the Rand Co, says the military autopilot will not be regulated only because they may be sent to the battlefield. Stanley said: the regulatory system of the United States is quite different from the system of the United States that may send troops to the country. She also says how autopilot will be regulated - including driving safety, network security, privacy and reliability - will be the key problem that The Pentagon must address. Griffin said The Pentagon must make use of the efforts of private enterprises to develop auto driving cars, but he did not mention any business names, and his office refused to disclose more details of the plan. The Department of Defense advanced research projects, in charge of Griffin, has been supporting the development of autopilot for many years and hosted the first unmanned car competition in 2004. The military is very eager to learn and take advantage of the results that the business has achieved, rather than try to reinvent it or do it yourself, said Stanley, a Rand Co. The The Pentagons annual budget of nearly $700 billion is far from limited to trucks transporting fuel and food. For example, the US Army is promoting the research and development of unmanned tanks and intelligent bomb disposal cars, but many of them still belong to remote control rather than automatic driving. Data map: US forces are testing unmanned trucks. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com editor: ye Zhi FA _NBJS6073 Data map: US forces are testing unmanned trucks.