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학술대회 Challenges to the Development of Manned and Unmanned Combat Systems
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International Conference on Information and Communication Technology Convergence (ICTC) 2022, pp.2362-2364
Since the intelligent manned-unmanned combined combat system will become a core asset of the future weapon system, we started policy research on its development and utilization this year. As part of the research in July, the DnA(Defense & AI) Forum was held with over 80 people from governments, armed forces, weapon manufacturers, universities, and research institutes responsible for developing future weapons systems. When manned systems such as Ground Control Stations, warships, helicopters, and fighters try to collaborate with unmanned systems such as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Unmanned Ground Vehicles, and Unmanned Surface Vehicles, there are many challenges to be addressed in the future. The U.S. Department of Defense announced that interoperability, autonomy, secure networks, and human-machine collaboration are the most critical technologies enabling the use of unmanned vehicles. As these technologies develop at the same time, more and more intelligent unmanned weapon systems will be created. However, due to the different rates of technological maturation, gradual development is expected by dividing it into a simple mission system that can be remotely controlled, a low-cost portable unmanned system, an unmanned system that expands the operational range, and an unmanned system that protects the manned system.
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Armed Forces, Development and Utilization, Ground control, Human-machine collaboration, Low-cost, Mission system, Policy Research, Research institute, U.S. Department of Defense, Unmanned ground Vehicle, Unmanned systems