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Defining a mission and successfully integrating it into the application context is one of the core tasks in the development and implementation of autonomous systems. Each mission has unique requirements and parameters, and at TITUS, we understand how crucial it is to precisely analyze these requirements and develop the best possible solution.

Our experts have extensive experience in the application of autonomous systems. Whether it’s drones for inspection and monitoring tasks, field robots for ecological pest control, or autonomous ships for the transportation of goods and passengers, we are capable of identifying and implementing the right technology for each mission.

A key element of our work is the careful selection of the appropriate base system for each defined mission. We analyze the specific influencing factors and parameters of each mission to ensure that the chosen system has the necessary functionalities and meets the requirements of the mission.

For the efficient fulfillment of mission objectives, the specific selection and implementation of hardware and software components are essential. This may involve adaptations for specific missions as well as the integration of the system into a larger overall system.

We offer comprehensive support in assessing the feasibility and efficiency of mission approaches. With our modeling and simulation tools, we can identify potentials and derive approaches for their realization. In this process, we work closely with our partners to ensure that our solutions meet their specific requirements and master the technical challenges.

Our main goal is to advance processes efficiently through our research work while ensuring high acceptance among future users. With our expertise and the knowledge and experience gained from relevant projects, we are well-positioned to assist companies and scientific institutions in the development and implementation of missions for autonomous systems.