Military Embedded Systems

Neya Systems introduces newest autonomy hardware and software stack for UGVs

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August 14, 2014

Amanda Harvey

Assistant Editor

Military Embedded Systems

Neya Systems introduces newest autonomy hardware and software stack for UGVs

WEXFORD, Pa. Neya Systems has announced the release of its UxAB autonomy hardware and software stack.

UxAB, the newest addition to Neya’s Ux product line, incorporates years of development in autonomy, localization, manipulator control, sensor processing, and advanced navigation GPS-based and GPS-denied navigation into a single rugged package.

UxAB includes integrated EMI and EFI protection, is designed to IP67 specifications, and has an operating temperature range of -20 °F to 140 °F. It was designed to be a hardened, robust, self-contained autonomy module, and is built to operate in the most challenging environments where the newest unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) will be deployed.

"We are very happy to announce the release of UxAB," commented Dr. Parag Batavia, president of Neya Systems. "Our combined decades of experience in developing robust, high reliability autonomy software has been distilled into this small, lightweight, low power package, making our capabilities available in an easy-to-integrate system."

UxAB is available in a variety of software configurations. For those looking for a turnkey solution, it is offered with a full autonomy suite; and for those who have legacy autonomy capabilities and need to integrate existing IP, UxAB can be configured with JAUS interfaces alone.

For more information, visit www.neyasystems.com.

 

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