Applied Perception is focused on developing unmanned vehicle (UxV) related technologies for the military and security markets.
Applied Perception specializes in complete robotic system integration with a focus on computer software and sensors, but also encompassing electrical, mechanical, and communication technologies. These systems feature sophisticated perception, planning, and control capabilities to provide robust solutions to customer-driven problems. These components are based on the DoD Joint Architecture for Unmanned Systems (JAUS) standard which is the interoperability requirement for all future U.S. DoD unmanned ground and maritime vehicle programs.
Device/Component ManufacturerUnmanned vehicle systems, Robotic system integration, Robotics software
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