Driverless convoys get test by Army, Lockheed

01/31/2014 | United Press International

Fully automated robotic convoys that travel without drivers through both rural and urban landscapes were tested recently by Lockheed Martin and the Army in a demonstration at Fort Hood, Texas. The test was a success, officials said. The "hardware and software performed exactly as designed, and dealt successfully with all of the real-world obstacles that a real-world convoy would encounter," said David Simon, AMAS program manager for Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control.

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