Neya Systems to Provide Support for DOD Unmanned Systems Toolset

By Caroline Rees / 08 Feb 2013
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The Joint Architecture for Unmanned Systems Toolset (JTS)

Neya Systems LLC, a leading developer of unmanned systems technologies, will be providing multiple support options for the Joint Architecture for Unmanned Systems Toolset (JTS).

Neya Systems LLC has announced that it will be providing hosting and support services for the JAUS Toolset (JTS). JTS is a full-featured software development kit for SAE JAUS Services that was developed with Department of Defense support. JAUS, the Joint Architecture for Unmanned Systems, is an SAE standard for unmanned systems interoperability that has been in development since 1998. It is currently used in a wide variety of commercial and governmental programs, including the Navy Advanced EOD Robotic Systems program and the Robotics Systems Joint Program Office (RS-JPO) Interoperability Profiles.

JTS is a full-featured JAUS SDK that provides automatic code and documentation generation, GUI-based service creation, and integration with the popular Eclipse IDE. JTS is the only fully open source and fully SAE JAUS-compliant toolkit available today. The JTS SDK benefits unmanned systems software developers by allowing them to focus their efforts on their applications’ behaviors rather than the details of the JAUS standard.

Neya has provided technical management and development services for JTS for the past three years, and Neya’s staff has held and continues to hold leadership roles in the SAE JAUS Working Group. The company is proud to announce new support options for JTS. This support includes providing hosting services, moderating online forums for JTS technical support, generating JTS-related blog entries, providing JTS maintenance updates, and offering to the JAUS community options for paid JTS support. “We believe JTS is an important asset to the JAUS community, and we are committed to maintaining the only fully open implementation of the SAE JAUS Standard,” said Dr. Parag Batavia, president of Neya Systems.

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