Autonomous Systems

Northrop Grumman Showcases Maritime Battlespace Capabilities at Advanced Naval Technology Exercise

Australia’s Autonomous Evolution

Triton Soaring Toward Operational Status

Northrop Grumman officially opened its new facility dedicated to fostering autonomous systems and other capabilities at the Grand Sky Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Business and Aviation Park near Grand Forks, North Dakota.

MQ-8C Fire Scout Completes Successful First Flight from Littoral Combat Ship

Northrop Grumman Begins Flight Tests of the MS-177 Multi-Spectral Sensor on RQ-4 Global Hawk

From the Sunshine State to the Arctic, Northrop Grumman Engineers Use Autonomous Technology for Polar Bear Research

James Webb Space Telescope Launch and Deployment Video

With more than 75 years of experience in advanced autonomy from the sea-floor to space, Northrop Grumman’s autonomous systems expand the boundaries of human potential to deliver end-to-end solutions that meet evolving mission requirements for a rapidly changing world. Our autonomous systems represent the forefront of innovation, intelligence, performance, endurance, affordability and adaptability. Northrop Grumman is consistently innovating to ensure that our autonomous platforms can meet the evolving mission requirements of our customers.


Northrop Grumman´s Autonomous Systems help our customers meet a wide variety of missions.

Maritime ISR – Triton

Belgium Mine-hunting

Weather Intelligence – NASA Global Hawk


Our engineers and scientists are constantly expanding the bounds of human potential.

Fire Scout

BACN Completes 10,000
Combat Missions

JWST Aviation Week Program Excellence Award


Our leaders are experts in autonomy, presenting a new vision for the field.

Wes Bush, Exciting Future of Autonomous Systems

Engineering Creativity at Northrop Grumman

AUVSI Partnership/RobotX