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Feb 27, 2012
1. Executive Certificate in UAVs Jerry Lemieux
Jun 20, 2011
2. Board of Directors Nomination Considerations Leonard Ligon
Feb 17, 2011
3. Technical Documentation Standards Jake Memery
Jun 29, 2010
4. RE:Big list Antoine Martin
Jan 04, 2010
5. Big list Mel Torrie
Dec 02, 2009
6. Updated Interoperability Standards David Knichel
Nov 24, 2009
7. UMS Interoperabilty Standards David Knichel

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Executive Certificate in UAVs
From: Jerry Lemieux
To: UMS Interoperability Standards
Posted: Feb 27, 2012 6:24 PM
Subject: Executive Certificate in UAVs
Message:
This message has been cross posted to the following eGroups: Unmanned Vehicles in Law Enforcement Support and UMS Interoperability Standards .
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Learn UAV basics and issues through an online course at Unmanned Vehicle University. For more info visit the website at www.uxvuniversity.com or call 206-787-2807
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Dr (Col Ret) Jerry LeMieux
Executive Director
Unmanned Vehicle University
917 Pacific Ave, Suite 206
Tacoma, WA 98402
administrator@...
www.uxvuniversity.com
Ph: 206-787-2807
Fax: 206-357-8401
Skype: jetdoc2001


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Board of Directors Nomination Considerations
From: Leonard Ligon
To: UMS Interoperability Standards
Posted: Jun 20, 2011 1:57 PM
Subject: Board of Directors Nomination Considerations
Message:


My AUVSI Friends and Colleagues - In consideration of my extensive expertise in UAS Airspace integration matters and Aviation Law and Regulations WRT "Public Aircraft", I have been invited by the AUVSI leadership to consider running for one of the six upcoming Board of Directors positions on a platform of Airspace Integration for Law Enforcement, Public Safety and "Other Government" Public Aircraft usage.  As this topic will be an ever increasing matter of paramount importance to this industry, you might be remiss if you were to consider voting without first taking the time to review my reasons for my nomination found in the AUVSI Discussion Area filed as "Election Platform".  Thank you for your time in considering this matter, and I hope I can count on your vote.  Very Respectfully; Leonard Ligon-------------------------------------------
Leonard Ligon
Senior UAS Analyst / BAMS SDD Airspace Integration Lead
Atkinson Aeronautics and Technology
Albuquerque NM
United States
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Technical Documentation Standards
From: Jake Memery
To: UMS Interoperability Standards
Posted: Feb 17, 2011 6:43 AM
Subject: Technical Documentation Standards
Message:
Hi all,

I'm the director of a small UK based aerospace technical documentation company. We write various types of user manuals (maintenence manuals, aircrew manuals, repair manuals etc. etc.) for aerospace companies.

I was hoping if somebody could tell me if there is a documentation standard develped and adopted by UAV manufacturers?

In aerospace we have S1000D which is pretty much the industry standard, and this is also used by suppliers to reduce time and cost of the manufacturer producing the end technical publication.

It also means regardless of manufacturer, the technical manuals are in the same general layout and format - having obvious advantages to the end user.

Is this something which has been discussed, considered, planned or even implemented? If not we would like to work with some UAV manufacturers to try to develop a standard.

Any feedback is greatly appreciated.

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Jake Memery
Director
Daedalus Aerospace
Yeovil, Somerset
United Kingdom
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RE:Big list
From: Antoine Martin
To: UMS Interoperability Standards
Posted: Jun 29, 2010 9:43 AM
Subject: RE:Big list
Message:
Thanks for the list.

As for communication of various unmanned systems (air ground maritime), I see NATO STANAG 4586 being used principally for UAS, where SAE JAUS is used for any type of unmanned system: doesn't it mean JAUS is better suited to interoperability between classes of UxV than the STANAG standard?

Regards,
Antoine

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Antoine Martin
Austin TX
United States
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5.
Big list
From: Mel Torrie
To: UMS Interoperability Standards
Posted: Jan 04, 2010 6:38 PM
Subject: Big list
Message:
Dave,

Wow, that is quite an exhaustive list. As I have my people review this, what should I tell them are the questions they should be looking to answer?

1) Are you looking for our feedback regarding which we feel are true standards since some are closer to architectures and/or someone's implementation of a system.
2) Are you looking for our opinions on which subset of these would provide the needed glue to field interoperable systems.
3) Are you looking for feedback on which ones have definitions for compliance and can be tested against?
4) Others?

Thanks,
Mel
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Mel Torrie
President
Autonomous Solutions, Inc.
Petersboro UT
United States
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6.
Updated Interoperability Standards
From: David Knichel
To: UMS Interoperability Standards
Posted: Dec 02, 2009 3:06 PM
Subject: Updated Interoperability Standards
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Message:
Version 1.1 of Robotics Interoperability Standards

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David Knichel
Robotics Team Chief
U.S. Army
Fort Leonard Wood MO
United States
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7.
UMS Interoperabilty Standards
From: David Knichel
To: UMS Interoperability Standards
Posted: Nov 24, 2009 10:15 AM
Subject: UMS Interoperabilty Standards
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AUVSI Members

Attached is a first draft of potential unmanned systems interoperabilty standards for discussion.

Thank you for your support.
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David Knichel
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