U.S. military operations continue to increase their reliance on uncrewed aerial systems (UASs), uncrewed ground vehicles (UGVs), uncrewed surface vessels (USVs), and uncrewed undersea vehicles (UUVs) to engage with adversarial threats that grow ever more complex. These platforms not only deliver lethality in wartime but also feed the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) thirst for sensor data, collecting critical intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) during peacetime. Performance and capability requirements flowing out of the DoD are driving innovation at the payload, sensor, avionics, and communications level.

Powered by Military Embedded Systems, the Uncrewed Systems Virtual Conference is designed to drive awareness and thought leadership around embedded electronics technology for autonomous systems from artificial intelligence (AI) to signal processing to avionics safety certification; it will also examine strategies for applying a modular open systems approach (MOSA) in such designs.

Why Participate?
Engage directly with engineers, engineering managers, and systems architects in government and industry developing and certifying uncrewed systems, AI solutions, and open architecture sensor designs for autonomous air, ground, and sea applications.

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Tue, Apr. 02, 2024 · 8:00 am (PDT)
Tue, Apr. 02, 2024 · 8:45 am (PDT)
Available On-Demand
The Department of Defense (DoD) modular open systems approach (MOSA) mandate directly impacts autonomous platforms across multiple domains, whether air, sea, land, or space. MOSA open architecture initiatives such as the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA), the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE), C5ISR/EW Modular Open Suite of Standards (CMOSS), and others are changing the way autonomous platforms integrate flight controls, ISR payloads, communications, and other hardware and software designs. This session covers how the military is applying MOSA initiatives and strategies to embedded electronics designs in uncrewed applications.
Tue, Apr. 02, 2024 · 10:00 am (PDT)
Available On-Demand
For military applications, the edge can be defined as where the enemy is engaged — air, land, sea, spectrum, cyber — and also where the sensor collects the data. The latter point is critical to understanding the value of autonomous operations to the military. Analyzing and disseminating the tremendous amounts of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) data and electronic warfare/signals intelligence data collected by
the sensors on these strategic uncrewed platforms is a herculean task. Managing this sensor data requires sophisticated signal processing and the latest in artificial intelligence (AI) solutions. This session details how embedded AI and commercial technology innovations enable faster and more accurate intelligence from autonomous ISR platforms.
Tue, Apr. 02, 2024 · 11:15 am (PDT)
Available On-Demand
Safety certification has become a necessity for uncrewed aerial systems (UASs). These platforms are critical to battlefield success for the U.S. military and its allies -- demonstrably so in the war in Ukraine. Autonomous flight vehicles are not just military assets, but are also a fact of everyday life in the civilian world. Safety certification of UAS avionics hardware, avionics software, collision-avoidance systems, navigation systems, etc., provides unique design challenges, as each system needs to meet complex certification standards such as DO-178C and DO-254. This session will cover how to navigate these safety-certification challenges in UAS platforms.
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