Rolls-Royce foresees the arrival of autonomous marine vehicles in the not too distant future

Rolls-Royce control center

Rolls-RoyceNot exactly the famous manufacturer of luxury vehicles, he has just published a video where he shows us his peculiar vision of how heavy maritime transport should be in the long-term future, a sector that year after year moves the world economy generating billions euros in profits. Because of this, neither short nor lazy in the English company have been proposed eliminate the human factor of this type of transport.

They also do not want to entrust all the work to decisions generated by some type of artificial intelligence but rather trust that a series of highly qualified people control the navigation of heavy ships from highly specialized and powerful control centers. The video that you have just below these lines shows a kind of preview of how this type of transport could be carried out. Undoubtedly, a new example of how not only today we could remotely control our aerial drones but also in the field of navigation, this technology would also have a great future.

It must be recognized that the guys from Rolls-Royce show us a more than interesting future with this type of technology, especially by illustrating us with a series of shorts where all kinds of possible situations are shown, such as the operation of the drones that go in the boat that can carry out inspection work moving wherever the controller's eyes go. On the other hand, the truth is that there are also many sci-fi tints in it, so it is suggested that there is still a lot left until all this technology is available.

Even so, as a more significant data, it should be noted that from Rolls-Royce they indicate that all this technology would already be available Esperanto, only, to be used. As a final detail, tell you that the company even dares to indicate that this type of heavy transport of goods without human presence will be available to end of this decade.


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