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AUVSI 2017: Intel autonomy front and centre

9th May 2017 - 20:46 GMT | by Richard Thomas in Dallas


Greater platform autonomy and data capability will be the next step change for unmanned systems, while in the next four to five years autonomous ground vehicles will become increasingly prevalent in everyday life.

These were some of the key points raised by Intel's CEO Brian Krzanich at the opening keynote sessions of Xponential in Dallas, who also discussed the company's efforts in drone programming, manufacturing and machine learning.

'Data is the new oil,' he claimed before hundreds of delegates. 'Data is one of the most important forces and the world will become separated over time by those that have the

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Richard Thomas


Richard Thomas

Richard Thomas is the Senior Editor, Naval at Shephard Media. Richard joined the company in …

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