Interoperability Standards


AEODRS - Advanced EOD Robotic System

The Master Capability Module (CM-MAS) is part of the dismounted version of the Advanced EOD Robotic System (AEODRS) pre-production development effort.  The CM-MAS provides smart Gigabit networking functionality for the AEODRS Family of Systems, intelligently routing Joint Architecture for Unmanned Systems (JAUS) and Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) video messages both between capability modules within the unmanned system and between the unmanned system and its Operator Control Unit.  The CM-MAS conforms to all AEODRS interface control documents and performance specifications.  The CM-MAS weighs 1.1 pounds while consuming fewer than 15 Watts.



The Small Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System (STUAS) is a $44 million Program of Record with the U.S. Navy to produce two operational unmanned air vehicles based on the Insitu Integrator aircraft platform. STUAS requires the use of the interoperability messaging standard STANAG (Standard NATO Agreement) 4586, which is used for all commands that are sent between the aircraft and the ground equipment. RE2 is developing a STANAG 4586 Software Development Kit (SDK) as well as the software for the ground control station, called ICOMC2.