Introducing the Pug – an Autonomous Pedestrian

AOS has developed the Pug autonomous pedestrian. With a custom-developed chassis and software modified from AOS’ Kelpie autonomous land vehicle, the Pug allows for emulating pedestrians and animals in a safe and controlled manner.

AOS Supporting the Next Generation of Engineers

At the beginning of 2020, AOS engaged two engineering interns via Monash University’s Co-op Program. Meet Bryan Varic Gunawan and Nir Nikolaevsky.

AOS at LAND 400 Phase 3 Australian Industry Capability Roadshow

AOS’s Principal Robotics Engineer, Nathan Hamilton, has presented the company’s AI, autonomy and robotics capability to a Defence Department Australian Industry Capability panel.

Second-Generation Kelpie Enhanced - Nearing Completion

The second-generation Kelpie has been updated with the next generation autopilot technology.

AOS attends ADM Congress 2020

ADM 2020 concluded yesterday, and AOS was one of a substantial number of defence companies represented at the event at Canberra’s Playhouse Theatre.

Australian Bushfires

AOS has made a donation to WIRES, the wildlife rescue fund, to help support those rescuing and caring for the animals.

AOS Participates in the Australian Army’s Human Machine Team Development Workshops, 1st and 2nd July

These HUM-T workshops are run by the Army’s Soldier Combat System Program, and bring together Army, CASG, industry and universities to discuss the opportunities and challenges presented when introducing autonomous and robotic systems to the Army.

Kelpie autonomous testing to commence

AOS’s Kelpie autonomous ground vehicle is about to achieve an exciting milestone. This will focus on testing the vehicle’s ability to detect and manoeuvre around obstacles that would typically be encountered “airside” on an airbase.

Ahead of AIR 6500 AFHQ identifies AI as a key developing technology to enhance air, missile defence

AOS recently completed the development of a proof-of-concept for AI-based decision aid, the Intelligent Battlespace Advisor (IBA), to support ASOPs. This is another step towards the practical application of AI Software Agents in Air and Missile Defence. Defence Connect has more details.

Seminar on Testing and Certification of Automated Driving Systems

AOS, as one of the very early partners in the Australia and New Zealand Driverless Vehicle Initiative or ADVI, attended this on Thursday 30th May at ARRB’s new headquarters in Fishermens Bend.