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BAE Works With AFRL, DARPA to Build AI-Powered Platform for Battle Comms

TYSONS CORNER, VA, May 1, 2018BAE Systems is helping develop a platform to analyze and share mission-planning and force-tracking data between manned and unmanned aerial systems as part of a program with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and Air Force Research Laboratory, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

C4ISRNet reported Friday that the Distributed Battle Management system aims to utilize artificial intelligence-powered computing to facilitate communications in contested environments in order to ensure situational awareness for both pilots and operators even with compromised networks.

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