British Army wants to bridge the "last mile" with robots

The British Army goes robotic as it looks to autonomous vehicles to bridge the “last mile” in combat. On November 12, an Army Battlegroup from 1 Armed Infantry brigade will begin the four-week 2018 Autonomous Warrior Army Warfighting Experiment field exercise, which will test the ability of prototype autonomous aerial and ground vehicles to resupply combat troops on the battlefield…
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