Unmanned maritime vehicle developer rides wave of success with defence customers
What if you could put a robot in the middle of the ocean and leave it to remotely scan the seas continuously for a year? What if a Navy could do that and significantly increase the amount of maritime data it collates, while saving money on operational costs?
"Defence, and the U.S. government sector in general, has continued to be a very quick growing sector for us," said Bill Vass, CEO of Liquid Robotics Inc., a California-based company developing self-propelled and continuous Unmanned Ma...
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