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Unlocking Drone Autonomy

Drone autonomy refers to the level of self-directed intelligence and operational capability exhibited by Unmanned Vehicles (UVs) without continuous human intervention. Nowadays, the term “drone” is commonly associated with unmanned multirotor aircraft, but the reality is that drones encompass a larger set of unmanned vehicles. These drones include remotely piloted/operated, automated, or autonomous vehicles for air, land, and water activities, such as wings, VTOLS, multi-rotors, rovers, four-legged bots (dogs, cows), humanoids, boats, submarines, among many other robots that can move and perform pre-planned or remotely commanded tasks. This paper will refer generically to drones for any of the above-mentioned types.

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