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U.S. Army testing self-propelled vehicles
The U.S. military has conducted experiments with self-propelled vehicles in a military convoy. The software and hardware from Lockheed Martin should make the military vehicles without driver driving through normal traffic it possible.
The so-called autonomous mobility applique system that Lockheed Martin has developed consists of a module that can be placed. Various military vehicles The AMAS system allows, inter alia, use of lidar lasers and high-precision GPS receivers to determine the position of the vehicle and to be able to detect obstacles.
During a test of the U.S. Army drove a number of vehicles with the amas system without driver in a military convoy through an environment with normal traffic situations. According to Lockheed Martin, the vehicles would include to respond to complex intersections, oncoming traffic and pedestrians correctly.
The amas system is tested on M915 trucks and pls vehicles, but Lockheed Martin claims that other military vehicles to be autonomous. controlled With systems like amas wants the U.S. military to replace digital systems. Vulnerable positions as drivers in the cab of a vehicle over time
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