Cybernet has been chosen to provide engineering services for the Autonomous Unmanned Systems Teaming and Collaboration in GPS Denied Environments (AUSTC) IDIQ, in support of ARDEC at Picatinny arsenal. This five year, $49.9M IDIQ program aims to build, integrate and evaluate autonomous unmanned systems sensing technologies equipped with features such as 3D/4D mapping, target identification, tracking, collective 3-D visualization, advanced real-time analysis and radio communication systems.

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