“Cost-effective aerial drones and rovers can replace expensive infrastructure and save lives. Now that driverless cars might become a suburban reality in the near future, it’s time to use this technology now to benefit rural areas. ” says David Li, Board of Director for Last 100 Miles.
In the 1930s, autonomous vehicles were seen as a futuristic creation that was just around the corner. But without the necessary technology to make it a reality, there was little reason to invest into it.
Fast forward to 2004 when DARPA holds the first challenge for a self-driving vehicles to navigate 142 miles…
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