S.Korean Agency Develops Tech for UAVs to Avoid Collisions at Close Distances

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  • 08:39 AM, May 11, 2021
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S.Korean Agency Develops Tech for UAVs to Avoid Collisions at Close Distances
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South Korea’s Agency for Defense Development has developed a new technology for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to steer clear of collisions.

The technology allows UAVs to automatically seek flight paths to avoid threats at close distances and decide the sequence to complete their tasks. The agency is working to further improve this technology.

An official told Yonhap News Agency, “The technology can effectively contribute to improving the survivability of military UAVs in future battlefields, and when applied to the private sector, it can be a base for developing a stable operating system for Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based robots and unmanned air transportation.”

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