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Lockheed to Build Integrating Framework of Battlefield Data Processing System

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) a two-year, $13 million contract to help analysts process and integrate battlefield information.

Lockheed will build the integrating framework of the Insight automated system, which will combine intelligence data from multiple assets for workers to analyze. The framework will also retask those assets.

Insight’s objective is to improve the certainty and speed of battlefield analyses and increase mission success and warfighter safety. It will seamlessly link advanced algorithms in fusion and exploitation, collection planning and human interaction with simulated or live assets.

Insight will also house a searchable data archive to capture all source data and fused products.

Lockheed’s advanced technologies laboratory will team with a unit of Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control, Object Video and Georgia Tech Research Institute.

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