Data Farming Explorations of the Tactics and Benefits of Unmanned Systems and Unmanned-Manned Teaming
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CRUSER Funded ResearchFY18 Funded Research ProposalCRUSER has funding to support NPS Faculty research focused on any aspect of unmanned systems/robotics related research. Researchers are selected based upon presentations at our spring Technical Continuum (TechCon) or our annual Call for Proposals. Proposals that support concepts from our current innovation thread are encouraged, but all research related to unmanned systems or robotics will be considered.
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Lee, Joong Yang (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2014-09);This study explores the concept of manned-unmanned teaming in the context of the joint capability areas and investigates the expanded kill chain for a manned and unmanned team for future strike operations. The study first ...
Ergene, Yigit (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2016-12);The purpose of this thesis is to analyze the current and potential applications of unmanned systems in military logistics. In seeking to evaluate uses of unmanned systems, initially, we aimed to define current and proposed ...
Sanchez, Susan (2018-04-18);Extensive experimentation is needed to identify and assess the capabilities and tactics that will provide the most value in developing and integrating unmanned systems into the Navy. This presentation highlights recent ...