Autonomy & Partnership

New Tech, Real Systems

How can machines help us and in what areas do we need help? An example is the highly successful Semi-Autonomous Motorcar (SAM) project. We designed the interface that allowed a quadriplegic race car driver to operate a specially modified car at close to racetrack speeds. This is just one way our technology can help restore an important degree of performance.

What Does the Tech Do?

What Do People Do?

We research and develop new technologies that improve the performance of first responders and warfighters. These can range from fully autonomous systems with no human input to minimally autonomous systems with primarily human inputs. It depends on what mix works best for each situation.

The Semi-Autonomous Motorcar Project

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Warfighter Tools

Training to UAVs

A long partnership with the Air Force Research Laboratory is invaluable in helping us identify novel technology and apply it to real systems. These systems are designed to operate semi-autonomously with human input at critical decision-making points, enhancing human performance and capabilities through two-way communication and shared decision-making.

Other tools we develop for warfighters include real-time and virtual immersive training environments, human-in-the-loop simulation, battlespace visualization, threat system modeling and UAV command and control technologies.

Human Performance

Learn how we helped a quadriplegic race car driver circle Indy at near racetrack speeds.

Modeling & Simulation

Learn how our advanced techniques help you engineer better warfighter performance.