Rolls-Royce floats autonomous navy vessel concept

Rolls-Royce has been interested in commercial autonomous ships for some years, but now the company is looking at robotic naval vessels. These 60-m (197-ft), 700-tonne (771-ton) open deck, single-role ships would operate without crews for over a hundred days with a range of 3,500 nm (4,027 mi, 6,482 km) and a top speed of over 25 knots (29 mph, 26 km/h)... Continue Reading Rolls-Royce floats autonomous navy vessel concept Category: Marine Tags: Autonomous Vehicles Concept Boat Rolls Royce Related Articles: Rolls-Royce's first pure concept car puts the future on notice Rolls-Royce sets sail for robotic shipping with virtual bridge concept World's first all-electric autonomous container ship to set sail in 2018 Autonomous tunnelling robot takes on the trenches ZF's Vision Zero Vehicle showca

Rolls-Royce floats autonomous navy vessel concept

Rolls-Royce has been interested in commercial autonomous ships for some years, but now the company is looking at robotic naval vessels. These 60-m (197-ft), 700-tonne (771-ton) open ...

Wed 13 Sep 17 from Gizmag

Rolls-Royce has plans for an autonomous naval ship

Rolls-Royce has become the latest company to enter the autonomous shipping arena, revealing plans for a 197-foot-long (60m) autonomous vessel that will perform missions including ...

Wed 13 Sep 17 from The Verge

Rolls-Royce developing a fleet of autonomous naval ships

Sussex-based Rolls-Royce has revealed that it is developing a range of autonomous ships that will be used to perform a series of missions including mine detection and fleet screening. ...

Wed 13 Sep 17 from Daily Mail

Rolls-Royce unveils plans for an autonomous patrol ship

Patrol ships are necessary to protect coastlines and fleets, but they're far from ideal right now. You need big, bulky vessels, and the human crews are either faced with the tedium ...

Tue 12 Sep 17 from Engadget

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