Under the CCDC GVSC Combat Vehicle Robotics (CoVeR) program, Neya is developing and customizing a suite of modular, field-proven, intelligent autonomy software modules for combat vehicle platforms.
Autonomous Ground Re-Supply (AGR)
Neya’s depot assembly behavior was ranked #1 in autonomous behavior for deployment after a 3-week soldier test and evaluation.
DARPA SquadMate CoreTech
SquadX leverages Neya Systems’ AM3P off-road motion planning system developed under ONR Code 30 Autonomy.
Remote Assistance for Casualty Care (RACC)
RACC provides field medics and first responders the ability to share and receive annotated video from off-site medical personnel, providing enhanced assistance in urgent care situations.