Autonomous Systems in Littleton, Colorado, has over three decades of experience in research and application of independent decision-making capabilities on robotic vehicles and systems. Employees focus on three core competencies — perception, planning and control — to create robust and dependable products across its platforms.
The Autonomous Systems team has three key business areas:
Unmanned Airborne Systems — demonstrated ability in air systems, particularly in rotorcraft technologies. Capabilities include:
- Collaborative Operations
- Tactical Autonomy
- Intelligent Reconnaissance
- Multiple Platform Operation by Single Operator
- High Level Task Planning
- Tracking Multiple Targets
- Continued Operations in GPS-Denied Access Environments
Unmanned Ground Systems — proven excellence in ground vehicles and the intelligent systems that manage them. Features include:
- Obstacle Detection and Avoidance
- Feature Classification
- Vehicle Detection and Tracking
- Automated Convoy Operations
- Pedestrian Detection and Tracking
- Ability to Operate on Various Terrains
- Route & Path Planning
- Cooperating in Collaborative Operations
Surveillance & Security — leading innovative development in unsupervised surveillance and tracking. Capabilities include:
- Behavior Analysis
- Motion Clutter Analysis & Rejection
- Threat Classification
- Multiple Sensor Input
- Multi-cue Detection
- Adaptive Tracking
- Feature Classification
- Collaborative Tracking & Handoff
12395 N. Mead Way
Littleton, CO 80125-9782
New Business Opportunities
Adrian Michalicek, Ph.D.
Program Development Manager
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Integrate ESH considerations into strategic business decisions, engineering design, procurement, facilities management and production.
Continually improve the environmental aspects and safety and health performance of our business and incorporate establish and review ESH goals in applicable performance measurements.
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