Autonomous Systems is composed of ground, air, or sea-launched kinetic munitions that utilize on-board sensors, algorithms, and control methods to improve estimates on the target state, to understand the implications of the engagement situation/environment, or to develop engagement geometries that are otherwise unavailable to a conventional weapon.
Quanterion has teamed with AgentFly Technologies (AFT) of Prague, Czech Republic in supporting a natural extension of our current UAS experimentation work with Air Force Research Laboratory in Rome, NY and extending it to the Northeast UAS Airspace Integration Research Alliance (NUAIR), one of six FAA UAS Test Sites designated to establish guidelines for integrating UAVs into the National Airspace. AFT is a small business spun off from the Agent Technology Group (ATG) within the Computer Science Department of Czech Technical University (CTU). AGENTFLY is a multi-agent system enabling large-scale simulation of civilian and unmanned air traffic. The system integrates advanced flight path planning, decentralized collision avoidance with highly detailed models of the airplanes and the environment. AGENTFLY supports autonomous UAS operation through active peer to peer airspace deconfliction.
Assessment of Agent Based UAV Control (AAUC)
- Agent Based Autonomous C2
- Peer to Peer Airspace Deconfliction
- Multi-Mode Airspace Modeling and Simulation
- Supported by AgentFly Technologies, Prague
FAA Unmanned Air Systems (UAS) National Airspace Integration Test Site
- Quanterion is a Northeast UAS Airspace Integration Research Alliance (NUAIR) Member
- Planned Airspace Deconfliction, Sense and Avoid, Reliability
- Modeling and Simulation
- NUAIR and Quanterion team response to NASA Unmanned
- Aerial System (UAS) Traffic Management (UTM) RFI