Augusta Systems to converge data from unmanned vehicles, sensors

  • 07-Nov-2010 08:42 EST

Augusta Systems Inc., a provider of technologies that power the intelligent convergence of devices, systems, and networks, has been awarded a $1.4 million contract from the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) for the continued testing and enhancement of a distributed, intelligent network of unmanned vehicles, unattended ground sensors, video cameras, and other devices. The intelligent network is built upon Augusta Systems EdgeFrontier technologies. EdgeFrontier products enable integration and normalization of data, events and control functions from diverse systems, as well as event processing and event and policy-based actions through a policy engine. Under the scope of the contract, Augusta Systems will integrate additional systems and algorithms into the network to enhance collaborative capabilities among the unmanned vehicles and other devices.

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