US Navy Tests Networked Robotics Ships and Drones in Mock Combat Operations
The success of drones is causing the US Navy to increase large scale testing of robotic ships and drones. The U.S. Pacific Fleet is testing “fleet-centric” concepts and capabilities with a focus on unmanned systems to figure out how would the fleet connect, command and control disparate uncrewed systems that are operated remotely, semi or fully autonomously.
Drones have been very effective in the Ukraine-Russia war.
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Source: Next Big Future