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Civilians Adopt Military Robot Standards

Posted 26 Aug 2004 at 16:52 UTC by steve Share This

According to a new Post-Gazette.com story, the Society of Automotive Engineers is adopting the military Joint Architecture for Unmanned Systems (JAUS) for use as a non-military robotics standard. JAUS has been under development by the military for five years as a set of standards and a reference architecture for the hardward of autonomous robots. The SAE Aerospace Council has established an unmanned systems standards committee to adapt JAUS as a civilian aerospace standard.


Pretty impressive standard actually, posted 2 Sep 2004 at 21:52 UTC by tim.holt » (Journeyer)

The reference document is an interesting read!

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