Advanced Teaming & Autonomous SystemsJHNA finding unique solutions
The future of weapons systems and warfighter technology is at the core of JHNA's Advanced Teaming & Autonomous Systems services. Standing at the forefront of this field, innovative JHNA consultants are helping the systems and technology community navigate the challenges of developing disruptive technologies for an Army seeking to dominate in battle across all domains.
Our dedicated subject matter experts excel at framing operational concepts in terms both engineers and requirements developers can understand. In fact, organizations like TARDEC, PM-Force Projection and PM-Next Generation Combat Vehicle rely on JHNA for guidance and leadership in this next generation field.
We currently provide technology research and analysis for several government clients, including Army program managers directly involved with Robotic and Autonomous Systems who use JHNA services to define militarily useful operational expectations for robotic behaviors while seeking autonomous and A.I. capabilities.
Notable JHNA projects include:
- JHNA provided AMRDEC with the industry's best Operational Aviation mission set CONOPs in support of Advanced Teaming initiatives.
- JHNA provides current operationally relative subject matter expertise / analysis for aviation manned-unmanned evaluations in support of the FVL that are focused on the impact of new autonomy, decision aiding and human machine interface technologies in the execution of Army Aviation missions.
- JHNA assists in planning, coordinating and executing incremental and full mission test evaluations in support of Air Launched Effects and Advanced Teaming.
- JHNA is proving subject matter expertise on the Optimally crew Vehicle study that will inform FVL on the impact of autonomy and the future of manning FARA and FLARAA.
JHNA’s Robotics and Autonomous systems team supports both government and industry clients with robotic interests ranging across land, air, and maritime domains. We offer direct support to the Army Program Manager for Force Projection, the Program Manager for Next Generation Combat Vehicle, and the Army’s requirements developers currently designing the Joint Tactical Aerial Resupply Vehicle (JTAARS). JHNA also supports ongoing requirements development for the Army’s family of future Maritime Support Vessels (MSV-Light and MSV-Heavy), which includes development of concepts of employment and operational architectures for autonomous watercraft behaviors.
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