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Things That Make You Go H.M.M.

Updated: Apr 27

Human-machine-machine (H.M.M.) partnering is here. And Asylon leads the way by coupling its UAV with an autonomous quadruped unmanned ground vehicle (Q-UGV). This article discusses their Human-Machine-Machine Partnering for Perimeter Security.

Topics: DroneDog, autonomous, quadruped unmanned ground vehicle, Q-UGV, DroneSentry, unmanned aerial vehicle, human-machine-machine partnering, Asylon, DroneCore, DroneIQ, DroneHome, software, perimeter security, Michael Quiroga, Robotic Security Operations Center, RSOC, Karen DiMeo, U.S. Air Force, surveillance

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