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May 20, 2014 - Designed to Unmanned Control Segment Working Group architecture, STANAG 4586 Level 5 Ground Control Station meets NATO STANAG and U.S. Department of Defense interoperability profiles. UGCS-178 Service Oriented Architecture provides built-in airspace management through DO-178 qualified tool, auto-routers, and open interfaces so that customers can integrate their services into GCS.

Kutta Technologies Unveils DO-178 Ground Control Station (GCS) Software


Kutta Technologies, Inc
2075 W Pinnacle Peak Road - Suite 102
Phoenix, AZ, 85027
USA



Press release date: May 13, 2014

ORLANDO, Fla., -- Kutta Technologies, Inc has unveiled its new Unified Ground Control Station (UGCS) DO-178 based software today at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) trade show in Orlando, FL.

The STANAG 4586 Level 5 (LOI-5) Ground Control Station (GCS) meets NATO STANAG and U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) interoperability profiles, and has been designed to the Unmanned Control Segment Working Group (UCS-WG) architecture. "This innovative architecture leverages UCS-WG compliant services to tailor the GCS to an air vehicle's performance envelope through easily modified configuration files, which greatly reduces the certification burden." says Doug Limbaugh, CEO of Kutta Technologies, Inc.

The UGCS-178 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) provides built-in airspace management through a DO-178 qualified tool, auto-routers and open interfaces; so that customers can easily integrate their services into the GCS. "To my knowledge this is the first time someone has developed a UAS GCS built on DO-178C principles from the ground up. A lot of people talk about it, but Kutta did it - congratulations to them!" said Tom Bachman, a UAS Industry Consultant.

Matt Savoca, Kutta's President, stated that, "It was challenging to accomplish this technical achievement in less than a year, but we did it because we firmly believe that a RTCA DO-178C certified GCS is one of the keys to the successful flight of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) in the National Airspace System (NAS)."

Kutta's products will be on display at t the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) trade show in Orlando, FL and can be seen at Booth #1536 during daily exhibit hours of the show.

Kutta Technologies, Inc. is based in Phoenix, AZ and is a leading developer of high reliability mission-critical software and systems for the aerospace industry. Kutta's product lines include: The Bi-Directional Remote Video Terminal (BDRVT®), Unified Ground Control Station (UGCS-178), Kutta Rugged Computer (KRC), and Manned / Unmanned Teaming Kit (MUM-178). For more information please visit http://www.KuttaTech.com  or call 1-866-574-9990.

CONTACT: David Barnhard, Director of Business Development, 602-896-1976
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