Unmanned vessels doing dull, dirty and dangerous


A longstanding slogan for the best use of unmanned systems is to perform “dull, dirty and dangerous” missions instead of humans, the US Naval Institute reports.

Early unmanned systems development embraced this idea, with the Navy developing and fielding systems to “mow the lawn” in minefields and to conduct round-the-clock maritime surveillance.

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