Unmanned Maritime Vehicles in Indonesia for Cargo Shipping
Through technological developments, Indonesia has launched an Unmanned Marine Vehicle during a test. Definitions of Unmanned Marine Vehicles in the eye of the international law community is a controversial topic with an unending discussion. There are uncertainties where safety measures may hinder progress and economic potential when not treated correctly. To accommodate the technological developments, changes in norms and regulations regarding definition of a ship must be done to give medium for technological developments and provide legal certainty towards Unmanned Marine Vehicles in Indonesia that deliver cargo. This development is a cornerstone for commercial enterprises to gain capabilities and efficiency in delivering their goods with the latest technology which creates an urgency to stryfe for its existence in Indonesia.
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