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JAUS Mission Spooling Service Set

2018-08-16
CURRENT
AS6062A
This document defines a set of standard application layer interfaces called JAUS Mission Spooling Services. JAUS Services provide the means for software entities in an unmanned system or system of unmanned systems to communicate and coordinate their activities. The Mission Spooling Services represent the physical platform-independent capabilities commonly found across all domains and types of unmanned systems. At present, one service is defined in this document (more services are planned for future versions of this document): Mission Spooler: Stores, manages, and executes lists of tasks The Mission Spooler service is described by a JAUS Service Definition (JSD) which specifies the message set and message protocol required for compliance. The JSD is fully compliant with the JAUS Service Interface Definition Language (JSIDL).
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JAUS Mobility Service Set

2017-11-09
CURRENT
AS6009A
This document defines a set of standard application layer interfaces called JAUS Mobility Services. JAUS Services provide the means for software entities in an unmanned system or system of unmanned systems to communicate and coordinate their activities. The Mobility Services represent the vehicle platform-independent capabilities commonly found across all domains and types of unmanned systems (referred to as UxVs). At present, over 15 services are defined in this document many of which were updated in this revision to support Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs).
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JAUS Unmanned Ground Vehicle Service Set

2014-07-29
CURRENT
AS6091
This document defines a set of standard application layer interfaces called JAUS Unmanned Ground Vehicle Services. JAUS Services provide the means for software entities in an unmanned system or system of unmanned systems to communicate and coordinate their activities. The Unmanned Ground Vehicle Services represent the platform-specific capabilities commonly found in UGVs, and augment the Mobilty Service Set [AS6009] which is platform-agnostic. At present ten (10) services are defined in this document. These services are categorized as:
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Unmanned Systems Terminology Based on the ALFUS Framework

2013-03-15
CURRENT
ARP6128
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) describes terminology specific to unmanned systems (UMSs) and definitions for those terms. It focuses only on terms used exclusively for the development, testing, and other activities regarding UMSs. It further focuses on the autonomy and performance measures aspects of UMSs and is based on the participants’ earlier work, the Autonomy Levels for Unmanned Systems (ALFUS) Framework, published as NIST Special Publication 1011-I-2.0 and NIST Special Publication 1011-II-1.0. This Practice also reflects the collaboration results with AIR5665. Terms that are used in the community but can be understood with common dictionary definitions are not included in this document. Further efforts to expand the scope of the terminology are being planned.
Standard

JAUS Messaging over the OMG Data Distribution Service (DDS)

2013-02-24
CURRENT
ARP6227
This document defines a standard representation of JAUS AS5684A message data in DDS IDL defined by the Object Management Group (OMG) CORBA 3.2 specification. This document does NOT address how JAUS transport considerations or JAUS service protocols are implemented on OMG DDS platforms.
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Architecture Framework for Unmanned Systems

2013-02-05
CURRENT
AIR5665B
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) describes the Architecture Framework for Unmanned Systems (AFUS). AFUS comprises a Conceptual View, a Capabilities View, and an Interoperability View. The Conceptual View provides definitions and background for key terms and concepts used in the unmanned systems domain. The Capabilities View uses terms and concepts from the Conceptual View to describe capabilities of unmanned systems and of other entities in the unmanned systems domain. The Interoperability View provides guidance on how to design and develop systems in a way that supports interoperability.
Standard

JAUS Mission Spooling Service Set

2010-07-14
HISTORICAL
AS6062
This document defines a set of standard application layer interfaces called JAUS Mission Spooling Services. JAUS Services provide the means for software entities in an unmanned system or system of unmanned systems to communicate and coordinate their activities. The Mission Spooling Services represent the platform-independent capabilities commonly found across all domains and types of unmanned systems. At present, 1 service is defined in this document (more services are planned for future versions of this document): Mission Spooler: Stores mission plans, coordinates mission plans, and parcels out elements of the mission plan for execution The Mission Spooler service is described by a JAUS Service Definition (JSD) which specifies the message set and protocol required for compliance. The JSD is fully compliant with the JAUS Service Interface Definition Language [JSIDL].
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Architecture Framework for Unmanned Systems

2009-04-15
HISTORICAL
AIR5665A
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) describes the Architecture Framework for Unmanned Systems (AFUS). AFUS comprises a Conceptual View, a Capabilities View, and an Interoperability View. The Conceptual View provides definitions and background for key terms and concepts used in the unmanned systems domain. The Capabilities View uses terms and concepts from the Conceptual View to describe capabilities of unmanned systems and of other entities in the unmanned systems domain. The Interoperability View provides guidance on how to design and develop systems in a way that supports interoperability.
Standard

Architecture Framework for Unmanned Systems

2008-05-02
HISTORICAL
AIR5665
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) describes the Architecture Framework for Unmanned Systems (AFUS). AFUS comprises a Conceptual View, a Capabilities View, and an Interoperability View. The Conceptual View provides definitions and background for key terms and concepts used in the unmanned systems domain. The Capabilities View uses terms and concepts from the Conceptual View to describe capabilities of unmanned systems and of other entities in the unmanned systems domain. The Interoperability View provides guidance on how to put it all together in a way that supports interoperability.
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