OUR CORE R&D / These systems range from individual

autonomous robotic platforms to large-scale, multi-agent systems

for information management, command & control

OUR CORE R&D

These systems range from individual  autonomous robotic platforms to large-scale, multi-agent systems  for information management, command & control

Resilient Systems

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Resilient Systems

When faced with unknowns—new environments, emerging complexity, limited communications—autonomous systems must adapt to achieve their goals. Charles River’s robust autonomy algorithms and software make systems resilient by combining sensing and perception of dynamic environments with mission-level understanding and decision making.

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Two US Army soldiers looking at computer monitors showing images of robotic combat vehicles.

RAPS

A maintenance system that can predict the health and status of robotic combat vehicles

ASTER

A system to explore cooperation and behavior allocation of autonomous teams

CANDID

CANDID

A system that detects and prevents cybersecurity breaches in military ground vehicles

SNAPPR

Probabilistic Reasoning for System Components Onboard US Naval Vessels

PRINCESS

Probabilistic representation of intent commitments to ensure software survival