Maritime Command & Control Systems, Automatic Target Recognition & Autonomy Software

Atlas Elektronik UK Integrates Seebyte Software onto USV Mission System

By Mike Ball / 28 Feb 2017

Atlas Elektronik ARCIMS USV

SeeByte, a developer of smart software technology for unmanned systems, and ATLAS ELEKTRONIK UK (AEUK), a specialist in delivery of maritime systems, have announced the successful integration of SeeByte’s Neptune software onto AEUK’s ARCIMS USV mission system.

ARCIMS is an unmanned surface vessel specifically designed for multi-role applications including MCM, ASW, Hydrography and security. ARCIMS hosts the AEUK autonomy engine specifically developed for towing mission systems and includes collision avoidance capabilities. This agreement sees SeeByte and AEUK develop the next generation of advanced autonomy for ARCIMS; SeeByte’s smart software integrated onto the ARCIMS USV to offer adaptive autonomy. This allows vehicles to react and adapt their missions according to feedback from their sensors. It also provides the capability to link ARCIMS with other autonomous platforms to work collaboratively on common goal-based missions.

Neptune is an adaptive planning tool for optimising the execution of UxV operations. It supports high level goal based mission descriptions and allows the matching of mission requirements against vehicle(s) capabilities. Neptune also includes behaviours capable of adapting the mission based on changes in the environment, assets and mission objectives; benefits which will be useful for future unmanned operations.

Dave Motson at AEUK commented: “AEUK is always looking for ways to bring to market technology that is ahead of the game. Autonomy is an area that is currently taking off with previously unseen capabilities frequently being developed. Our partnership with SeeByte brings together the best of both organisations to ensure we retain our market lead. ARCIMS integrated with Neptune really does provide autonomy capabilities that will open up a range of new possibilities for end-users.”

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