Field experimentation after action report
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The key objective of this research was to fly two Unmanned Air System (UAS) swarms, with Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) controlling one swarm running NPS-developed software, and Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) controlling the second swarm running GTRI-developed software. Other objectives of this research include the exploration of: rapid technology development using open-source code, rapid evaluation and generation of low-cost hardware and software, and characterization of through-puts and latencies on distributed wireless networks in which data rates must be sufficient to maintain cohesion in air to ground links.
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