Ann Arbor, Michigan – Cybernet Systems Corporation, a leading defense, robotics, engineering, cyber security and simulation systems development company, today announced a patent pending for technology that enables driverless vehicles to operate in inclement weather conditions including snow, rain, dust, fog, and smoke. This technology was developed as a spin-off of driverless pallet delivery truck testing performed for the US Army during the 2013 and 2014 cold weather season in Michigan.Due to development schedules, system level vehicle testing occurred in the snow and cold season and initially did not operate like it would have in good weather (or in the South or West coasts). New signal processing technology was developed for the driverless vehicle sensors that enabled successful operation in active snow and through deformable terrain. This effort grows from prior work the company has completed implementing automated lift trucks for ammunition handling and Unit-to-Unit Autonomous Resupply Vehicles for the Army based on its DARPA Urban Challenge automation kits. For more information contact Mr. John Posa, Esq. of Gifford, Krass, Sprinkle, Anderson & Citkowski, P.C., firstname.lastname@example.org or Cybernet (see below).
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