- February 17, 2021
- Posted by: Jeff Kish
- Category: Latest News, Modeling, Simulation & Visualization News, Research & Development News
ROCKVILLE, Md.—February 3, 2020—Intelligent Automation, Incorporated (IAI), a technology innovation company, announced today that it has been awarded a follow-on contract by the U.S. Navy to develop an artificial intelligence-based automated decision-support analysis tool for mission planning.
In this contract, IAI will develop a mission planning decision aid to provide timely and effective employment of maritime resources and off-board sensors. The solution will generate, analyze, and assess course of action (COA) options based on threat, blue force capability, intelligence estimates, and meteorological data, as well as support collaboration in the Navy’s maritime tactical command and control (MTC2) network. It will also support integration within the AEGIS weapon system (AWS) in Advanced Capability Build (ACB) as a functional component of an integrated AWS planner.
“IAI is grateful to support the U.S. Navy’s efforts to improve the efficiency of maritime mission planning systems,” said Vikram Manikonda, President and CEO of IAI.
IAI uses data fusion, sophisticated analysis techniques, and visualizations to help users understand complex environments and systems. IAI’s immersive interfaces help users better understand available information to improve situational awareness and make more informed decisions. IAI’s researchers can model and predict the behavior of a wide range of systems including transportation networks, aeronautical components, radio networks, and radar systems.
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.