Global Mobile Robotics Outlook OTSAW Robotics UGV UAV

OTSAW offers a combination of a four-wheeled, self-driving vehicle with an unmanned aerial vehicle, creating a UGV + UAV. Credit: OTSAW Robotics

For more than 50 years, military and law-enforcement authorities have used unmanned ground vehicles, or UGVs, to perform tasks that were physically impractical or dangerous for humans. Today, we're seeing UGVs and other autonomous, mobile security robots move from the military to private industry, especially in the physical security sector.

In this report, author Howard Carder looks at the trends driving the creation and adoption of UGVs as mobile security robots, such as decreasing costs for...

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