How Robotics will Disrupt Defense

How Robotics will Disrupt Defense

The challenges faced when it comes to building trusted autonomy are standard human-human trust relationship, along with human-machine trust such as different ways of thinking and expression, low transparency and traceability, poor mutual understanding of goals.

Fremont, CA: Robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) are widely used in various industries because it is inexpensive and light as well as versatile with seamless interaction process thanks to technological advancements.

Robotics and multi-robots systems will ultimately play a transformative role in military operations that will carry out tasks which are seen as too difficult, risk or impossible for human workers. RAS can conduct military tasks such as surveillance and countermining, disrupt how military operations are performed and envisage the new missions.

One major issue for defense is to enable these technologies to real operations where robots will need to co-exist and collaborate with humans. Achieving reliable autonomy is essential, apart from increasing automation for a usable and useful RAS.

The challenges faced when building trusted autonomy are standard human-human trust relationship, along with human-machine trusts such as different ways of thinking and expression, poor transparency and traceability, and low mutual understanding of goals.

Trusted autonomy shows a complicated socio-technology research area which is still nascent. It will need legal and ethical framework and research in the development of more performing, powerful and reliable sensing and data acquisition, human-machine interaction and integration and verification, validation ad evaluation methods.

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