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Digital twin rides to the rescue for IDF autonomous vehicle training

12th June 2020 - 12:00 GMT | by Arie Egozi in Tel Aviv


As the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) continue to go robotic, with some autonomous fighting systems already operational and others under development, planners and frontline troops need to know the technology is safe in any combat scenario.

To guarantee that a semi- or fully autonomous vehicle is safe — and to reduce costs and test the operational behaviour of the vehicles in the field — a multitude of scenarios must be modelled and tested.

Systematic tests of autonomous vehicles can be performed virtually in simulations, or in the real world with actual vehicles. 

Traditionally, in order to perform tests

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Arie Egozi


Arie Egozi

Born in Israel, Arie Egozi served in the IDF and holds a political science and …

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