ExecutiveGov: Airgility Develops Aerial Unmanned System to Support Defense Missions


Airgility has developed aerial unmanned systems that can fly anywhere, including areas where there is limited or no GPS access and in confined areas to support the national security and defense missions, the company reported last month.

“When you look at not just 10 years out, or 20 years out, we’re looking to design a future system from the ground up that’ll be fully AI enabled, perhaps, in some farther end of the spectrum in terms of autonomy. We’ll have legacy systems and hybrid systems on the way,” said Col. David Barnes, chief AI ethics officer for the Army AI Task Force, in regards to the future of autonomous vehicles.

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