Persistent Systems has demonstrated its mobile ad-hoc networking technology as part of a U.S. Army initiative to explores the potential of an optionally manned vehicle to control multiple robotic units. The branch envisions teaming between an optionally manned fighting vehicle and support robotic combat vehicles through the RCV program, the company said Tuesday.Read More »
Persistent Systems has established a new alliance of unmanned systems and sensor companies to provide the military with more connected devices on the battlefield.
PAE ISR has selected a Persistent Systems-built radio for its Resolute Eagle unmanned aircraft system. The MPU5 radio has the Wave Relay mobile ad hoc network technology and is designed to run video, voice-over-internet-protocols and other applications, PAE ISR said Tuesday. The radio also uses an algorithm that helps users …Read More »
Persistent Systems has secured a position on a potential $100 million FBI indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to provide mobile ad hoc networking radio systems in support of the bureau’s operational technology division. The company said June 5 it seeks to deliver a wireless internet protocol network to the FBI through the firm’s MPU5 communication …Read More »
Endeavor Robotics has partnered with Persistent Systems to install the latter’s radio communications system on the former’s product line of ground robots. Endeavor Robotics said July 12 the MPU5 radio will work to help increase the range of unmanned ground operations and support single-controller operations for multiple robot assets over the Wave Relay mobile ad hoc network technology. “Networked connectivity …Read More »