Scientific Systems Software Demonstrates Autonomous Orchestration of Commercial Satellites
Intelligent autonomous systems company Scientific Systems has completed demonstrating autonomous, peer-to-peer collaboration and orchestration of commercial satellites and uncrewed aerial systems.
The Collaborative Mission Autonomy software enables the U.S. Army to sense, decide and act with superior speed and scale across the battlespace. The company previously integrated into Parry Labs’ software operating environment and Edge Compute hardware, enabling faster delivery of information to warfighters.
The demonstration, supported by the Army Responsive Tactical ISR Technology program, focused on how autonomy improves a warfighter’s battlefield situational awareness. The benefit is made possible by a dynamic network of multi-domain collaborative platforms, Scientific Systems said.
Owen Brown, vice president of solutions development, said the ARTIST demonstration showcased that the company’s Collaborative Mission Autonomy software can be the solution that coordinates and orchestrates multidomain autonomous platforms.
Besides working with the Army, Scientific Systems collaborated with Science Applications International Corporation to build and maintain command and control solutions for the low-Earth orbit satellite constellation owned by the Space Development Agency.
Category: Defense and Intelligence
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