IOP JumpStart Kit

The Fastest Solution to IOP Compliance. Guaranteed.

Leverage the expertise & experience of our IOP Experts.

The US Army’s RAS-G Interoperability Profiles (IOP) standard leverages JAUS for the its many attributes and attribute options. When you need IOP Compliance, OpenJAUS’ IOP JumpStart Kit is the is the fastest and most cost effective path to guaranteed compliance with RAS-G IOP requirements.

Start From Scratch
12 Months
OpenJAUS SDK + IOP Libraries
4 Months
IOP JumpStart Kit
1 Month

A Custom Solution

Combining OpenJAUS’ experience with both JAUS and IOP, the IOP JumpStart Kit creates a customized software solution for you, based on your the IOP Standards, program-specific IOP Instantiation and your company’s requirements. This allows your company’s engineers and developers to focus on what they know best: your hardware and software.

OpenJAUS’ IOP JumpStart Kit ensures your solution is compliant with the latest industry trends and best practices. Using the IOP JumpStart Kit, customers field a working IOP solution in weeks instead of months of development time, saving thousands in development costs.

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TARDEC RAS-G Interoperability Profile Conformance Verification Tool

Guaranteed Compliance

OpenJAUS’ software has been extensively tested using the TARDEC Conformance Verification Tool (CVT). This testing ensures OpenJAUS’ software is compliant with the IOP standards, including all IOP-specific requirements, services and messages.

In addition, OpenJAUS’ relationship with NAMC and TARDEC enables it to use the CVT tool to test the IOP JumpStart Kit both during and after delivery; reducing program risk and enabling customers to focus on hardware and software.

Multi-Robot Operator Control Unit (MOCU)

MOCU Integration? We do that.

OpenJAUS has extensive experience with integration of both MOCU3 and MOCU4. As part of the Army’s Universal Controller effort, MOCU is a critical piece of GFE software. OpenJAUS has entered into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with SSC-Pacific to integrate and test MOCU4 software with OpenJAUS’ SDK and JumpStart Kit software.

IOP Systems & Programs of Record

The Common Robotic System – Individual (CRS(I)) enables dismounted forces to individually provide a capability for lower-level Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Target Acquisition Units to enhance maneuvers and force protection.

CRS(I) establishes the Army’s common small-base platform with a lightweight (less than 25 pounds), highly mobile, unmanned robotic system that includes standard payloads, advanced sensors and mission modules for dismounted forces. The system is designed to be quickly reconfigured for various missions by adding or removing modules or payloads.

Status: Request for Proposal (RFP) W56HZV-17-R-0065 released 2017.05.17. Proposals due 2017.07.03.

Route Clearance Interrogation System (RCIS) Type I detects, interrogates and neutralizes the full spectrum of Explosive Hazards (EH) while on the move and takes the Soldier out of the EH Kill Zone during Route Clearance Operations. The RCIS Type I will allow for the semi-autonomous control of a Mobile Base Unit equipped High-Mobility Engineer Excavator (HMEE) and its capabilities from an Operator Control Unit (OCU) inside a Mine Protected Clearance Vehicle (MPCV). This capability will enable Soldiers to interrogate, classify and excavate deep-buried explosive hazards, improvised explosive devices and caches in a wide range of road surfaces and soil conditions. This capability is designed to remove Soldiers, other route clearance vehicles and equipment from the blast effects of EH.

Status: Request for Proposal (RFP) W56HZV1-15-R-0156 released on 2017.07.17. Proposals due 2017.07.05.

The SMET will lighten the Warfighter’s load and sustain the force during operations. The SMET will maneuver with the dismounted force and enable Warfighters to conduct operations carrying equipment required to conduct dismounted operations.

Status: RFI released to NAMC members. RPP expected in Q3FY17. SMET Rodeo planned for SEPT 2017.

The Leader Follower capability is an applique suite of automation (sensors and host vehicle “digitization” upgrades) providing serial march units of a manned to unmanned ratio of 1:3 to the tactical Wheeled Vehicle (TWV) Fleet of vehicles during line haul convoy operations.

Status: S&T Project, Technology Demonstration.

The Man Transportable Robot System (MTRS) Increment 2 is a remotely operated, man-transportable robotic system that provides a stand-off capability to detect and confirm the presence of, identify the disposition of, and counter hazards by carrying various platform payloads in support of current and future missions. MTRS Increment 2 supports engineers, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) Soldiers, and Special Operations forces.

Status: Solicitation W56HZV-15-R-0086 released 2016.11.09. Proposals due: 2017.01.17. Award expected Q4 FY17.

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