In the driving seat

Automation is hardly a new technology in terms of military logistics, being used in some form or other for the past 60 years or so. However, ongoing advances in this area offer the potential to revolutionise logistics, and armed forces in the West are looking into how best to implement these systems – particularly when it comes to supply trucks. Gordon Feller speaks to Bryan Clark, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute; Sagie Evbenata, senior research analyst at Guidehouse; retired Major General Simon Hutchings OBE, master general of logistics with the Royal Logistics Corps; and Michael P Noonan, senior fellow at the US-based Foreign Policy Research Institute, to learn more.


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