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Talk-16: C2CrossUxV Experimentation Summary (2017-present)

Scott R. Sideleau, Christopher W. Gagner, Matthew Ferro, Dr. Michael L. Incze, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport RI

NUWC Newport’s Command & Control of Cross-domain Unmanned Vehicles (C2CrossUxV) team present their operations research that applies open standards to the common control problem set.  The use of MOOS-IvP is a critical enabler; as it has permitted the rapid development of a lightweight software stack that can quickly deploy the Joint Architecture for Unmanned Systems (JAUS) to any unmanned vehicle capable of running MOOS-IvP to enable general capability (e.g. health and status monitoring) by an operator at an ONR-developed standards-based control segment.  Experiences will be shared from several field demonstrations: ANTX ’17, REP ’18, ANTX ’18, and CDC3.  A preview of objectives in ANTX ’19 will also be disclosed.

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