Army, Vanderbilt University Collaborate on AI-Powered Electromagnetic Signature Sensor
A new artificial intelligence-enabled solution has proven its effectiveness in identifying and dodging enemy-initiated signal jamming.
Combat Capabilities Development Command and the Army Research Laboratory Pathfinder program’s Advanced Dynamic Spectrum Reconnaissance was tested by the 3rd Infantry Division during an electronic warfare military exercise provided to NATO and its partner units, the U.S. Army said.
Lt. Brenden Shutt, a cyber warfare officer with 3rd ID, said the technology, initially developed by Vanderbilt University, shows promise with its sensing capabilities, providing soldiers with real-time information on an enemy’s location by identifying their electromagnetic signature.
The U.S. Army has been ramping up its adoption of AI. In August, it sought industry feedback on a proposed AI bill of materials, an effort to ensure the U.S. keeps pace in the AI development and deployment race against China and other adversaries.
Category: Future Trends
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