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  • Dispelling Myths about JAUS

    At Neya, we’re big believers in interoperability through standards compliance.  Many of us have a long history with the Joint Architecture for Unmanned Systems (JAUS), as well as the UAS Control Segment (UCS) Architecture.  We’ve even been known to flirt with STANAG-4586 from time to time.  As proponents, particularly of JAUS, I often hear comments […]

  • Preparing for a Robotics Field Test

    Most robotics programs inevitably reach a phase of development in which the system must be tested in the field: where the environment and usage scenarios closely reflect the conditions in which the robot is to ultimately be used. This migration from the “lab” environment can require increased logistics overhead costs stemming from additional support personnel, […]

  • Kicking off our new Blog

    Over the last couple of weeks, we have been debating the merits of blogging. After discussion, deliberation, looking at examples that we like and dislike, we have decided to start a company blog, and to devote the internal resources to properly maintain and update it. This was not a decision we took lightly, and the […]