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Lead scientists and engineers from Naval Sea Systems Command Warfare Center Divisions pose for a photo as a representation of a collaborative and innovative effort in development of modular, inexpensive unmanned systems collectively known as the “microSwarm Family of Systems,” or “µFOS."
190618-N-UI581-0001.JPG Photo By: Eddie Green

PANAMA CITY, Fla. - Lead scientists and engineers from Naval Sea Systems Command Warfare Center Divisions pose for a photo as a representation of a collaborative and innovative effort in development of modular, inexpensive unmanned systems collectively known as the “microSwarm Family of Systems,” or “µFOS." The µFOS project seeks to reduce cost and manufacturing complexity in unmanned vehicle systems while maintaining performance and integrating the land, sea, and air domains through modular open architecture based command and control. Back row, pictured from left to right: Jared Roberts (SERCO Inc., formerly Alion Sciences), Jeremy Hankins (Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD)), Dr. Cameron Matthews (NSWC PCD), Dr. Patrick Walters (NSWC PCD), Mr. Dave Malphurs (NSWC PCD), Connor McCoy-Mickelson (NSWC PCD).Front row, pictured from left to right: Ben Gordon (NSWC Carderock), Chris Nunes (NSWC Carderock), and Nick Christie (Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport).


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