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unmanned vehicle

An unmanned vehicle is a moving object that can sense its environment and navigate on its own, such as a drone or a self-driving automobile. It is expected to create new driving forces in various fields such as agriculture and transportation since it can replace humans in time-consuming jobs.

KARI is developing the original platform technology that can cope with the rapidly increasing demand for unmanned vehicles and which can be commonly applied to various types of unmanned vehicles. The institute develops next-generation original technologies as well as technologies for improving the performance of small unmanned aerial vehicles to cope with the changes in the unmanned vehicle industry.

  • 01Common Core Technologies

    KARI supports the development of technologies for information acquisition and analysis/process (detection and recognition), information exchange between the controller and the vehicle and between the vehicles (communications), context recognition/assessment/processing (autonomous intelligence), and energy supply and transport (power source) that are commonly applicable to unmanned vehicles in ground, marine, and aviation.

    Common Core Technologies
  • 02Future Unmanned Vehicle Platform Technologies

    KARI is developing original technologies specializing in each field and the technologies are expected to be in high demand in the future. The next-generation technologies include cloud networking computer technology for many-to-many communications between unmanned vehicles, optimization technologies such as unmanned vehicle maneuvering and mission allocation using AI, and unmanned vehicle docking/undocking technologies for an extended limited mission time of unmanned vehicles.

    Future Unmanned Vehicle Platform Technologies
  • 03Performance Improvement of Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

    Development of Key Technologies for small UAV KARI provides support for improving the performance of unmanned aerial vehicles to help small and medium enterprises and venture companies enhance market competitiveness by reducing the time and cost of developing unmanned aerial vehicles. Its goal is to improve the technologies of small and medium enterprises and venture companies by providing flight control system technology and safety improvement technologies such as failure and malfunction prediction and diagnosis.
    The outcomes include the development of built-in jammer of drones, multipurpose surveillance unmanned aerial vehicles, and small unmanned aerial vehicles for weather and environmental observation.

    Performance Improvement of Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

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