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    07/21/14 – Neya Systems, LLC, awarded Phase III SBIR for Multi-Domain Architecture Development

    Neya Systems has been awarded a Phase III SBIR to continue development of mission management technologies and UxV standards tools for the maritime community. Under this Phase III SBIR, Neya will extend development of tooling and software development kits to assist with integration of UAS Control Segment Architecture (https://www.ucsarchitecture.org) and the SAE-AS4 JAUS (http://www.jaustoolset.org) for […]

  • Letter to a Young Roboticist

    (This letter is modeled after Rainer Maria Rilke’s “Letters to a Young Poet.”) A few weeks ago, I made the tough decision to leave Neya Systems to return to practicing law full time.  I was fortunate to have a unique role at the company where I was the company’s attorney, director of commercialization, and also […]

  • A Look Inside Neya: An Intern’s Perspective

    I had a four week internship at Neya Systems and it was my first experience in a professional work environment. I was expecting a cold, calculating office because I was going to be surrounded by computer engineers. It didn’t help that my freshman year roommate was a computer science major who chose not to participate […]

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    Six Lessons from Being a Bootstrapper

    Robotics is starting to attract venture capital at an accelerating rate. There is significant growth in VC investment on both coasts, and the equity markets are starting to take notice. RoboStox is a growing ETF that focuses on robotics companies. Accelerator programs are clamoring for robotics-based ventures. Seed funding, and even Round A funding, is […]

  • Why Creativity Matters

    In an interesting, and somewhat controversial post, Paul Currant provided a list of reasons why creativity does not belong in the workplace. I read that article, and my immediate reaction was visceral disagreement. Of course you need creativity! However, his focus was really more on the importance of execution, and not sacrificing that solely for […]

  • 05/18/2014 – Neya Continues to Grow Employee Base

    Neya Systems, LLC is happy to welcome Dr. Mark Allmen, Dr. Chris Baker, Dr. Meenal Patel and Ted Kuhn as we continue to grow and expand our employee base to handle new DoD and commercial efforts. Dr. Allmen joins us most recently from Practical Perception, LLC and Lockheed Martin, where he has been involved in […]

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    04/04/2014 – Neya Systems Awarded Phase III SBIR to Demonstrate VTOL UAV Control

    Wexford, Pennsylvania 04/04/2014 – Neya Systems will demonstrate its UCS-compliant mission planning and management software on the Lockheed Martin autonomous Kamen K-MAX helicopter in Q4 2014. Under a Phase III SBIR grant, Neya will demonstrate task-based mission planning and in-field tactical command and control of the K-MAX helicopter, for tasks related to unmanned casualty evacuation […]

  • 03/24/2014 – Neya Systems Releases New Version of UCS Software Developers Kit

    Wexford, PA (PRWEB) March 24, 2014 Neya Systems is supporting the UCS community with Release Candidate 1 of the UxSDK™ for UCS, its Software Developer Kit for the Department of Defense UCS Architecture and UCS Repository. The SDK offers a validated UCS Developer Library and automated interface code generation tools to lower barrier to entry, […]

  • 03/13/14 – Doug Gregory to speak at DSI Unmanned Systems Conference

    Our own Doug Gregory will be speaking at the DSI Unmanned Systems conference, on Tuesday, March 26, 2014. Doug will be discussing various topics in open architectures and interoperability, with a focus on acquisition strategy, business models, and the UAS Control Segment Architecture. This unmanned systems conference has an outstanding group of speakers, including individuals […]

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    Semantic Interoperability: Avoiding the Middle Ages

    This post will focus on semantic interoperability when an open architecture contains or interacts with multiple ontologies and conceptual data models. Before proceeding, a few definitions are in order. Semantics is the branch of linguistics concerned with the meaning of different speech forms including their nature, structure, content, and context.  In open architecture the term […]