By Tara Roberson, Trust Activities Coordinator Trusted Autonomous Systems, Revolution Aerospace, and QinetiQ conducted a series of live flight trials at the Queensland Flight Test Range in Cloncurry during December 2022. The flight trials showcased a Detect and Avoid (DAA) system developed by Queensland SME Revolution Aerospace and demonstrated how crewed aircraft can be detected by a […]
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Rachel Horne, Assurance of Autonomy Activity Lead, Trusted Autonomous Systems TAS ran the TAS Maritime Showcase Demonstration in Townsville, Queensland on 28 September 2022. With nine autonomous and remotely operated vessels involved (four live and five static), this event was the largest commercial demonstration of autonomous technology in the maritime domain to date. The event […]
Rachel Horne, Assurance of Autonomy Activity Lead, Trusted Autonomous Systems Trusted Autonomous Systems (TAS) ran the Autonomous Vessel Forum 2022 in Townsville, Queensland on 28-29 September 2022. Drawing on the outcomes of the inaugural AMSA-led AV Forum in 2019, our event focused on identifying: the status of autonomous vessel development and regulation in Australia, and […]
Outstanding contributions to industry-led innovation and trust frameworks by Defence personnel have been recognised by Trusted Autonomous Systems (TAS) with six recipients receiving a 2022 Autonomy Accelerator Award. The six recipients were individuals and teams who were nominated by TAS industry participants and TAS Project and Activity leads. The Autonomy Accelerator Award recognises the significant […]
In a newly released series of videos on ethical AI, Trusted Autonomous Systems explores responsibility, governance, trust, law, and traceability for robotics, autonomous systems, and artificial intelligence. These videos were produced by Trusted Autonomous Systems for the Centre for Defence Leadership & Ethics (CDLE) at the Australian Defence College. The videos feature Chief Defence Science […]
Demonstrating the viability of artificial intelligence (AI) requires thoughtful construction and communication of both social and technical aspects. Demonstrations are both scientific experiments and social events designed around achieving buy-in for the technology. When it comes to AI, demonstrators face the challenge of conveying the smarts of the system and the role of human intent. […]
By Rachel Horne, Assurance of Autonomy Activity Lead, TAS Trusted Autonomous Systems (TAS) has released the Australian Code of Practice for the Design, Construction, Survey and Operation of Autonomous & Remotely Operated Vessels, Edition 1 (‘Australian Code of Practice’). The Australian Code of Practice provides a best practice standard tailored for autonomous and remotely operated […]
By Rachel Horne, Assurance of Autonomy Activity Lead, TAS TAS and Frazer-Nash Consultancy have developed a COLREGs Operator Guidance Framework to make it easier to understand and comply with International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (COLREGs) when operating autonomous and remotely operated vessels. This Framework is available for standalone use, or as an annex […]
By Rachel Horne, Assurance of Autonomy Activity Lead, TAS Public consultation occurred on the draft Australian Code of Practice for the Design, Construction, Survey and Operation of Autonomous & Remotely Operated Vessels, (‘Australian Code of Practice’) between 15 November 2021 and 15 December 2021. Background information on the development of the Australian Code of Practice […]
By Dr Andrew D Back, TAS AQ Fellow How can AI understand what I really mean? Future AI will need more human-like capabilities such as being able to infer intent and meaning by understanding behaviors and messages in the real world. This will include being able to detect when someone is saying one thing but […]