Governments and armed forces around the world are investing massively in AI, machine learning and advanced analytics to not only accelerate decision-making on the battlefield but streamline the defence enterprise’s internal processes and allow for a more agile procurement cycle.
Ahead of Big Data for Defence conference Defence iQ compiled this report highlighting the current investments and programmes in the big data, AI and machine learning space from countries from around the world.
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Delivered during last year’s Big Data For Defence Conference, this presentation from Dr. Adam Zagorecki, Senior Research Follow, Operational Analysis, Cranfield University lays out the the future of big data analytics in defence.
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Dr. Zagorecki will lead a workshop at this year’s conference on maximising operational capabilities and decision-making though data analytics for military leaders and will deliver a presentation on the upcoming challenges of data analytics in the defence industry.
The potential applications of big data, AI and other emerging technologies in the defence sector are vast. There is an increased focus on these technologies by nations from across the world, which is stressing the importance of developing, implementing and applying them in their Armed Forces.
Ahead of this year’s Big Data for Defence Conference, Defence IQ compiled a big data for defence trends report, outlining current programmes and ongoing requirements.
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It is perhaps no revelation to say that, when compared to the private sector, governments have been largely slow to engage with the big data movement. There is of course an undeniable need for them to come down from the wings and play catch up, and while some public bodies have indeed moved forward with the times, others are still languishing on the sidelines.
This e-book explains the changing combat doctrines in the US military, prioritising data inflows over purely platforms leading up to the Combat Cloud concept. Also exploring the cyber security vulnerabilities to cloud technology and consequences in military applications and discussing the most recent program developments in US forces and globally (incl. discussion on Russia and China).