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Automated Cargo Ships: The Next Transport Revolution?

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08.23.2020



Companies and universities are working together to develop automated cargo ships. The Wall Street Journal looks at Rolls-Royce’s concepts for the next revolution in maritime transport. Photo: Rolls Royce.

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