Autonomous Cross Domain Preparations of Environment (POE) [video]
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Autonomous systems are uniquely equipped to provide operational preparation of environment (POE) for many littoral-based missions. Armed with recent advances in autonomous capabilities – situational awareness, distributed tasking and others, unmanned systems are poised to expand beyond their typical single-domain focus. Developments in hybrid unmanned vehicles and cross-domain tasking provide opportunities for a more comprehensive littoral POE. This session will demonstrate recent accomplishments in GTRI's autonomous systems development with an eye towards cross-domain POE. Prototyping and concept development examples will be provided to demonstrate potential solutions to littoral POE. GTRI's research pertaining to innovative undersea warfare effects and its relation to autonomous systems will be presented.
TechCon2017 (CRUSER)Presented by Dr. John Wilcher: GTRIIncludes slides
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