January 11, 2018

CODE Makes Headway on Collaborative Autonomy for Unmanned Aerial Systems

The teams completed numerous flight tests at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake in California. The tests flew RQ-23 Tigershark UASs modified with CODE hardware and software to control flight direction, altitude, speed, and sensors. “The Phase 2 test ...

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