in: New Achievements in Unmanned Systems, T. Hikmet Karakoc,Nadir Yilmaz,Alper Dalkiran,Ali Haydar Ercan, Editor, Springer Nature, Zug, pp.1-8, 2023
Unmanned systems are fundamental robotics technologies that, in the widest sense, do not require human components unless they have missions, may be operated remotely or autonomously, and perform specific responsibilities. Since they are not swayed by fear, tiredness, fury, frustration, or revenge, autonomous robots would behave more ethically than humans in warfare. Developers are simplifying control algorithms to let autonomous ground vehicles choose a job, operating condition, and route. Accurate slippage predictions and correcting mechanisms will help create a safer and more effective navigation system, along with other improvements. Software systems such as artificial intelligence and image processing should be researched for unmanned aerial vehicle systems development. In this chapter, the market opportunities have been assessed for UAV systems.