New TAS project to develop a Detect and Avoid (DAA) Design, Test and Evaluation (DT&E) standard for low-risk, uncontrolled airspace outside the airport environment

By Tom Putland – Director of Autonomy Accreditation – Air The development of best practice policy, appropriate standards, and a strong assurance and accreditation culture has the potential to enhance innovation and support market growth for drones with autonomous abilities in the maritime, air and land domains. The Trusted Autonomous Systems  (TAS) National Accreditation Support […]

Second Line of Defence article – Defence Industry and Working with Defence in Shaping a Way Ahead for Autonomous Systems

As Scholz put it in our interview, with the Centre’s focus on the “smart, the small and the many”, compared with traditional “complex, large and few” manned systems, code rewriting can be much faster. ‘Defence Industry and Working with Defence in Shaping a Way Ahead for Autonomous Systems‘ (Robbin Laird, 8 June 21) 

TAS and RASAI feature in two Defence Info Articles – May/June 2021

TAS feature in articles ’The Integrated Distributed Maritime Force: The Impact of Maritime Autonomous Systems’  (Robbin Laird, 29 May 21) and ‘Shaping the way ahead for RAS, ADF Force Development‘ (Robbin Laird, 1 June 21).