Early part of Navy's Common Control System to work with MQ-25

By Justin Katz  
May 9, 2019 at 9:42 AM
The MQ-25 unmanned aerial tanker will incorporate an early version of the Navy’s Common Control System, a first step in the service’s long-term effort to create software capable of operating surface, sub-surface and aerial unmanned platforms. The MQ-25 Stingray’s ground control station will have a “vehicle management command and control capability” developed using CCS, according to executives at Raytheon, the company on contract to integrate the system onto Navy platforms. At its core, CCS will combine new software and open...

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