Autonomy can mean different things to different people depending on the use case. And many times robots branded as "fully autonomous" are really a highly automated systems following a pre-programmed set of instructions. 

But if we want to continue to push the bounds of how autonomous robots could help our workers beyond simply surveying and inspecting, we need to properly define and understand true robotic autonomy.

In this whitepaper we will break down:

  • Current levels defining aerial autonomy

  • Useful questions to ask when evaluating autonomous platforms

  • How autonomous robots are used in surveying and how it affects your bottom line

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