An engineering company has unveiled a new system that could allow it to control bulldozers remotely.
It is part of a wider trend that is increasingly being used to develop automated vehicles.
The company behind the system, R.L. Bostick, said the system could allow the company to have more control over the use of equipment that can damage property.
The system uses an Arduino microcontroller with a GPS receiver to connect to the vehicle, and the GPS is controlled by the GPS receiver, which sends the data to the robot.
L Bostack said it was also designed to be easy to maintain.
The software will not only be easy for people to learn, it will also be easily repeatable, the company said.
Rostick said the company had invested $300,000 to develop the system.
The project has been supported by the US National Science Foundation.