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ADELPHI, Md. Researchers at the U.S. Army’s corporate research laboratory developed an artificial intelligence (AI) architecture that can learn and understand complex events with the intent to enhance the trust and coordination between human and machine needed to complete battlefield missions.
The U.S. military is harnessing and exploring algorithms and machine learning, not just on the ground but also 300-plus miles aloft for small-form-factor space applications.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. The U.S. Army awarded contracts to nine small businesses and nonprofit research institution partners to continue developing technologies to address military challenges. As part of the Phase II Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR), each team will receive up to $1.1 million and will spend between six and 18 months developing a demonstration prototype.
Sensor purported to be 100,000 times more sensitive than currently available under study by Army team - NewsNovember 05, 2020
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. A team headed by the U.S. Army Research Lab (ARL) announced that it has made a new microwave-radiation sensor with 100,000 times higher sensitivity than currently available commercial sensors, a development that could enable improved thermal imaging, electronic warfare, radio communications, and radar.
ADELPHI, Md. U.S. Army researchers developed a system that populates immersive environments with complex, heterogeneous data, intended to allow warfighters to retrieve relevant information quickly in support of mission-critical decisions.
ADELPHI, Md. U.S. Army researchers have developed a tool that will aim to enhance warfighter data sharing across various platforms by addressing cyber, physical, and cyber-physical threats, and making privacy-preserving data sharing easier for the warfighter.
ADELPHI, Md. Studies being conducted by the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Army Research Laboratory are using findings on electromagnetism and radio frequency to ensure U.S. defense forces obtain spectrum dominance on the battlefield.