INTERACT project concluded its research work

INTERACT PADR project concluded its research work at a final meeting which was organised on July 12th at the EDA premises in Brussels. The event was very successful, attracting over 55 participants.
During this fruitful meeting, the project results have been presented while the project’s recommendations and proposed standardization and R&D Roadmap for enhancing the capabilities of European unmanned armed forces, were at the top of the discussions. The consortium collected valuable feedback and recommendations for future exploitation of the project’s results.

Great turnout at the INTERACT demo

A two-days demonstration of the INTERACT project was held on 29-30 March at FOI premises in Kista. 37 people from 10 European countries participated in the event. The demonstration included both presentations of the project results and findings as well as a simulation of UxVs, i.e. different types of unmanned vehicles on water, on land, and in the air, that acted interoperably as well as showcased the high-level architecture for unmanned systems.

INTERACT is an EU PADR funded programme about investigating the existing standards regarding interoperability on unmanned military systems and vehicles and based on these propose an industry-wide standard for control stations, sensor data transmission, and data links.