Navy to work with Army, Air Force on unmanned vehicle control system

By Justin Katz / January 17, 2020 at 1:46 PM
The Navy plans to work with the Army and Air Force to expand the use of its developmental common system for controlling various unmanned vehicles, according to an officer overseeing the effort. "We are already reaching out to our sister services for potential software component reuse across the services for unmanned control," Navy Capt. Paul Mitchell, strike planning and execution systems program manager, told Inside Defense during a Jan. 14 interview. Mitchell's office has been working with Raytheon to...

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