- July 22, 2020
- Posted by: Jeff Kish
- Categories: Latest News, Radar, Communications & Sensors News, Research & Development News, RF Testing & Simulation Systems News
ROCKVILLE, Md.—May 6, 2020—Intelligent Automation, Incorporated (IAI), a technology innovation company, announced today that it has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Army to develop micro-protocols that operate on a very short-lived connections due to contested or congested spectrums.
In this contract, IAI will capture the interactions that need to take place between networking layers when communicating with short-lived signals using a mathematical framework. IAI will formulate probabilistic models of the network operations to optimize performance when environmental effects or electronic warfare prevent continuous communications. Using the same probabilistic models and machine learning techniques, IAI will perform networking functions to ensure delivery of information to the warfighter while avoiding detection.
“IAI understands the challenge of contested spectrum environments and is proud to support the U.S. Army’s efforts in this area,” said Vikram Manikonda, President and CEO of IAI.
IAI deploys software and hardware technologies to support hardware-in-the-loop testing and spectrum planning. IAI’s channel simulations emulate terrain, distance, motion, and interference for connected radio systems. These technologies enable simulation of radar returns and the injection of signal degradation from electronic warfare equipment. These tools are used to gain better understanding of how radio systems will respond to complex RF environments and contested spectrum.
IAI is a technology innovation company specializing in providing advanced technology solutions and R&D services to federal agencies and corporations. IAI leverages agile R&D processes, a multi-disciplinary collaborative environment, and a substantial intellectual property portfolio to develop concepts into market-focused products and customer-driven solutions. IAI’s core R&D areas include: AI & Advanced Computing; Autonomy & Robotics; Healthcare Research Technologies; Modeling, Simulation & Visualization; Networks & Cyber Security; and Radar, Communications & Sensors. For more information about IAI, please visit www.i-a-i.com.