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Our Products

The Autonodyne approach is placing increasing autonomy in system design. This is intended to take more of the cognitive burden off human operators/supervisors and serves as a force multiplier to make the human and machine a more capable team. While software is our principal product, the combination of our software running on a mobile device, workstation, or on-board mission computer becomes the tangible product.

In the ideal scenario, the software is using sensor input feeds to accurately sense its environment, divine a game plan, and automatically execute that game plan. When it has communications reach-back to the human operators, it provides visualizations that indicate to the human what the software has concluded and is executing. The human can either let the software run its course or intervene to override or command some alternative action or behavior. We attempt to make these visualizations of the system a piece of “functional artwork.”

The human operator can let the software run fully autonomously, select software-provided suggested courses of action, or perform other variations of command and control that require more human input. This implies that system and software architectures must be able to provide trusted autonomy, and this is a big part of our designs.

These “functional artwork” control stations support pre-mission planning/rehearsal minutes/hours/days ahead of any mission, mission-time execution command/control, and post-mission debrief/evaluation/training capabilities.

License Packages

We are offering 4 different plans:  Basic/Basic+, Standard, & Premium plans are for smaller unmanned vehicles whereas the Tactical/Tactical + are for larger unmanned vehicles. If you have any questions regarding any of these packages, reach out to sales@autonodyne.com for assistance or to purchase your plan.

  Basic

  • Single UAS (Group 1, 2) or UGV control

  • Autonomous flight & Manual flight (aka “joystick flying”)

  • Mapping to external controls

  • Display sensor feed(s)

  • Gimbal & payload control

  • Fly at designated AGL altitude

  • Electronic checklist & Operator Alerts

  • ATAK compatibility

  • ADS-B integration/overlay

  • 3 types of RTB

  • Datalogging

  • 1 arc-sec global terrain

  • Mavlink and STANAG 4586 protocols

  • Microhard/Doodle/Wave Relay/Silvus/Trellisware datalink support

  • Windows and Android supported

$4,990 One-time

Standard

  • Everything in the Basic package

  • Multi-vehicle group control (up to 6 vehicles) consisting of:

  • Multi-sensor/camera feed

  • Camera Center Field of View Coordinates

  • Follow It (follows cooperative entities)

  • Persistent ISR

  • Observer mode

  • Handoff to 2nd GCS

Contact Sales@autonodyne.com for pricing

  Premium

Available Q3 2023 

  • Everything in the Standard package

  • Multi-vehicle group control (up to 12 vehicles)

  • Self-protect package consisting of:

    • Go Dark that can turn RF off at GCS, vehicle or both and continue the mission

    • “Greased Pig” counter-counter UAS mode for VTOL

Contact Sales@autonodyne.com for pricing

To verify your vehicle of interest is able to be supported by our software; contact sales@autonodyne.com

Basic +

  • Adds multi-vehicle control of up to 4 individual vehicles from the same operator/ GCS

$8,990 One-time / $5,990 Annual

  • One-time license entitles the user to 3 yrs of software updates, then unlimited use for a total of 5 yrs

  • Annual license entitles the user to 1 yr of software updates, then unlimited use for a total of 5 yrs

  • Customer can upgrade an existing license by paying the difference, and a $100 license reissuance fee

Contact sales@autonodyne.com for information on swarming packages and Group 5 options.

 

The Tactical package below is for Group 3, 4 air vehicles, large ground vehicles and maritime domain (surface and subsurface) vehicles.  

Tactical

Contact sales@autonodyne.com for pricing

  • Gimbal & payload control

  • Fly at designated AGL altitude

  • Electronic checklist & operator alerts

  • ATAK compatibility

  • ADS-B integration/overlay 

  • 3 types of RTB

  • Datalogging

  • 1 arc-sec global terrain

  • Mavlink and STANAG 4586 protocols

  • Microhard/ Doodle/ Wave Relay/ Silvus/ Trellisware datalink support 

  • Windows and Android supported

Tactical +

  • Adds multi-vehicle control of up to 4 individual vehicles from the same operator/ GCS

Contact sales@autonodyne.com for pricing

To verify your vehicle of interest is able to be supported by our software; contact sales@autonodyne.com

  • One-time license entitles the user to 3 years of software updates, then unlimited use for a total of 5 years

  • For any questions contact sales@autonodyne.com for more details

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Hardware Options

Common hardware options for the hand controller and datalink radios are listed below.  Contact Autonodyne if your desired option is not listed below.

Tab Active 3 

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  • Android Tablet

  • Includes Hardened Case

  • Touch Only

  • 11" diagonal display

With Doodle Radio - $2,824

With Microhard Radio - $1,861

Dell Latitude

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  • Windows Tablet

  • Includes Hardened Case

  • Optional keyboard

  • 11.75" diagonal display

With Doodle Radio - $5,184

With Microhard Radio - $4,725

UxV Technologies Navigator

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  • Android Tablet

  • Includes Hardened Case with controls

  • 11" diagonal display

With Doodle Radio - $6,488

With Microhard Radio - $5,534

Kutta KTAC

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  • Android Phone (S20/S23)

  • Includes Hardened Case with controls

  • 6" diagonal display

Contact Sales@Autonodyne.com for pricing

Samsung S20

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  • Android Phone

  • Includes Hardened Case

  • Other variants supported

  • 6.75" diagonal display

With Doodle Radio - $2,988

With Microhard Radio - $2,025

Vehicle Control & Management

As we progress from one human controller responsible for a single vehicle (“human-in-the-loop”) to the human monitoring multiple missions being performed by multiple vehicles (“human-on/over-the-loop”) to maybe eventually no humans involved (“What’s-a-loop?”), Autonodyne is striving to create modern interfaces designed with the user and the mission in mind.

 

We are working not to build engineering interfaces for engineers but instead, to find that perfect design that blends simplicity and power. We aim to provide the human operator/supervisor/monitor the right level of situational awareness and the ability to affect changes if they need to be done. From providing 100% manual input (e.g. joystick and throttle control) and optional voice control, to approving a suggested course of action, to just being a means to provide “commander intent”, the Autonodyne control stations are that powerful form of functional artwork.

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Human-System Interface

Human-System interface describes how human and machines work together. It is a combination of software, user interface, and autonomy to create a team of humans and robots that are more capable together than by themselves.

It includes planning, conducting , and analyzing success (i.e. mission planning, mission execution, and mission debrief). We try to optimize the ideal interface for the scenario you find yourself in - we've been using voice control for UxS since 2019, started experimenting with augmented and virtual reality in 2018, used gesture control, and all forms of tactile controllers so that you have flexibility and options.

If the human-machine team is performing a complex operation, or if there are large quantities of robots involved, an advanced and powerful interface is required. What human can think for 20, 100, or 1,000 robots?

This is where we come in - we combine the right user interface with advanced autonomy software. One without the other is an incomplete solution in our opinion.

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