Autonomous vehicles recently used for a collaborative competition are putting real-world application to the test by leveraging machine learning to support U.S. Naval maintenance activities. Continue reading “U.S. Navy Tests Autonomous Vehicles for Dry-Dock Inspections”
As conflicts become compressed in time and more complex, with an increasing number of data sources and platforms feeding information to warfighters, it is a challenge to build and share a complete and accurate operational picture. Continue reading “U.S. Navy Accelerating Cloud-Based Warfare Systems”
The U.S. Navy and the Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC) recently harnessed the power of unmanned technology and successfully tested the Remote Control Assault Amphibious Vehicle (RC AAV). Continue reading “U.S. Navy, Marine Corps Demo Unmanned Ship-to-Shore Transit Capability”
If you’ve ever walked through a cloud of gnats, you’ll know what a nuisance a swarm can be. On the sea, U.S. Navy vessels occasionally encounter swarms as well, in the form of tiny, less-than-friendly enemy boats.