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We all know that modern aircraft are generally flown by a computer autopilot that tracks its position. Already, there is talk of replacing the co-pilot, perhaps both pilots, on cargo planes with robots or remote operators. We have also heard of progress with regard to the development of driverless cars.
But what about driverless ships? Autonomous ships are on their way.
Crewless ship technology involves controlling and piloting the ship remotely from a control centre in another part of the world. It is anticipated that within the next 5 years, the first commercial vessel to navigate itself entirely will
Several shipbuilders and shipping firms in Japan have joined forces to develop remote-controlled cargo vessels that could be launched by 2025, according to the country’s Nikkei business newspaper