The WaySight is a handheld monocular device with built-in sensors and wireless communications that is used for localizing and commanding a target waypoint to an Unmanned System. The operator sights a target, such as a suspected IED, by placing the WaySight crosshairs on a nearby navigation target. Once sighted, the operator depresses a button on the WaySight and the target waypoints are wirelessly transmitted to a JAUS (Joint Architecture for Unmanned Systems) mission planner such as the TORC AutonoNav.
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Anonymous commented on March 27, 2009
Thanks for featuring TORC on EngineeringTV! To get more information on the WaySight, handheld "sight-and-click" OCU, visit: www.torctech.com/.../waysight-handheld-operator-control-unit-unmanned-vehicles Thanks!
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