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The future of DARPA's CODE

19th April 2019 - 10:42 GMT | by Gerrard Cowan in Belfast


The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has seen strong interest from military and industrial operators in its Collaborative Operations in Denied Environment (CODE) autonomy system, with various stakeholders now working with the agency to chart the future of the technology.

CODE allows groups of unmanned vehicles to continue working together even when communications are offline or they are in a GPS-denied environment. The technology - which is based on a blend of onboard sensors and software  - allows one operator to control multiple systems at once. 

It was recently tested at the US Army’s Yuma Proving Ground

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Gerrard Cowan


Gerrard Cowan

Gerrard Cowan is an author having recently published his world-renowned book 'The Machinery'. He …

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