Persistent Systems has teamed with a group of unmanned systems and sensor companies to develop capabilities to enable warfighters to pick and choose robotic solutions for specific missions.
The Persistent Systems ecosystem is meant to support efforts such as the US Army’s Robotic and Autonomous Systems (RAS) strategy, which describes how the army will integrate new technologies into future organisations.
“Everything is going to an IT [information technology] world. So, whether we're networking the battlefield or we are supporting other IT-based deployments, we think the ecosystem is a good step to allow the warfighter to pull in systems and solutions that they need for that mission,” Nick Naioti, vice-president of business development for Persistent Systems, told Jane’s .
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