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Persistent Systems has secured a subcontract from Tomahawk Robotics to support the latter’s work on a $55 million contract to upgrade radios used by the U.S. Navy’s explosive ordinance disposal robots. Tomahawk Robotics will integrate Persistent Systems’ MPU5 mobile ad hoc networking radios into the new Flexible Cybersecure Radio system that will replace legacy radios […] More
The U.S. Air Force has awarded Persistent Systems a $75.5 million contract to help Air Force Global Strike Command roll out an integrated mobile ad hoc networking antenna system across three USAF installations. Persistent Systems said Wednesday it will deploy around 700 Infrastructure-based Regional Operation Network systems as part of the service branch’s Regional Operating […] More
Persistent Systems has finished deliveries under a $5.4M contract to develop secured communications for the U.S. Army’s manned-unmanned teams. The company said Tuesday it helped the Army’s Command, Control, Computers, Communications, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Center fortify an existing mobile ad hoc networking firmware. The 18-month effort aimed to boost the firmware’s resiliency against […] More

Persistent Systems has announced that Robotic Research joined the Wave Relay Ecosystem, an industry alliance of sensor and unmanned system companies that leverage the former's Wave Relay mobile ad hoc network. "The aim of the Wave Relay Ecosystem is to deliver the warfighter a truly unified battlefield network," said Jeffrey Washington, director of business development at Persistent Systems.


Persistent Systems has demonstrated its mobile ad-hoc networking technology as part of a U.S. Army initiative to explores the potential of an optionally manned vehicle to control multiple robotic units. The branch envisions teaming between an optionally manned fighting vehicle and support robotic combat vehicles through the RCV program, the company said Tuesday.

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