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While swarming has been successfully demonstrated in unmanned vehicles, the underlying assumption was that the swarm was made up of UVs of the same type from the same developer. The next challenge is Air Vehicle (AV) Teaming; Co-ordinated AV’s of different types, potentially from different manufacturers, manned and unmanned, working together. This session covers recent advances in system and system-of-system architecture theory & practice, and demonstrates how common data architecture enables interoperable & dynamic implementation of teaming. The key advance is the data-centric architecture detailing the semantic context of information exchanged over AV system-interface boundaries. The definition of interoperable data architecture, and how to build in semantics for auto-discovery of AV capability, is covered along with examples of how to create a context-based (semantic) architecture. As a summary, current industry initiatives towards interoperable architectures will be highlighted.
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