Welcome, AUVSI XPONENTIAL attendees!
Visit Charles River Analytics at Booth #419!
Charles River Analytics Inc., developer of intelligent systems solutions, will showcase our developments in applied robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) XPONENTIAL 2019—the world’s largest tradeshow for unmanned and autonomous systems. Held in Chicago, IL, from 29 April—2 May, AUVSI represents corporations and professionals from more than 60 countries involved in industry, government, and academia.
Is Your Platform Autonomous and Resilient?
Building autonomous platforms that are resilient when faced with emerging complexity during a mission is a challenging endeavor. Designing autonomy that seamlessly integrates with your organization’s human processes and teammates is even more difficult.
We offer a wide range of robotic subsystems and autonomy components built on mission-focused AI. These components are designed to integrate easily with current and evolving platforms.
By integrating our reliable, adaptable robotic subsystems with existing solutions, our customers and their end users can achieve mission-level autonomy for single and multi-platform systems.
Our deep understanding of applied robotics and autonomous systems is the result of extensive research, development, and deployment across many disciplines, such as AI, machine learning, cognitive science, and human factors. This understanding uniquely positions us to provide mature solutions tailored to our customers’ needs.
Sensing and Perception
Systems augmented with our sensing and perception components gain an integrated sense of vision, hearing, and touch, along with reasoning services that enable the system to perceive operational situations.
Manned-Unmanned Teaming (MUM-T)
Robots can receive and follow high-level commands instead of requiring step-by-step direction via teleoperation. Our contributions enable leap-ahead capabilities, giving mission-level autonomy to individual robots and collaborative robotic teams.
Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs)
We fuse speech, gestures, and traditional robot control technologies so unmanned vehicles can be managed using a smart device. Our supervisory human-machine interfaces seamlessly integrate swarms into human teams.
Swarms and Robot-to-Robot Collaboration
Autonomous robots can perform risky tasks, such as casualty evaluation (CASEVAC), scouting, and explosive device countermeasures, to help keep your personnel safe. Our components help robotic swarms collaborate using biomimetic algorithms and deep machine learning to get the job done.
Autonomy Platforms and Infrastructure
Our IOP-compliant appliqués bring new capabilities to existing robotic platforms, extending the useful life of these systems. Because our solutions are developed on open architectures, we can customize both software and hardware to meet the challenges of niche applications.
Stop by Booth 419 to Learn about MANTA!
We are enhancing our Modular Appliqué Enabling Natural Teaming with Autonomy (MANTA) system for the US Army’s Combat Vehicle Robotics (CoVeR) program. MANTA is a platform-independent, natural control and autonomy robot appliqué that enables a user to easily direct one or more host platforms to perform a range of autonomous behaviors.
View more examples of our Unmanned Systems capabilities
Learn More About How We Translate New AI Ideas into Actionable Solutions at Booth #419!
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To learn more about Charles River or our current projects and capabilities, contact us.
Charles River Analytics conducts leading-edge AI, robotics, and human-machine interface R&D and leverages that R&D to create custom solutions for your organization.
At Charles River Analytics, we come to work every day because we want to develop technology for the hardest human-machine teaming problems that impact critical operations and decision-making. In 1983, we began focusing on research that leads to results, initially working for the US government. We became an employee-owned company in 2012, setting the stage for the next generation of innovation, service, and growth. Today, we have nearly 200 employees who work on R&D and commercial programs that make a difference for a “who’s who” of government and industry.
We have a stellar track record developing successful solutions for Government and commercial clients across a diverse collection of markets—defense, intelligence, medical technology, training, transportation, space, and cyber security. Our success is based on our expertise with advanced algorithms, machine learning, autonomous systems, advanced human-system interfaces, and agile software and hardware engineering. Focused research can make a positive difference, and that is our goal on each project we undertake. Our customer-centric focus guides us towards problems that matter, while our passion for science and engineering drives us to find impactful, actionable solutions.