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Army Selects Three Small Businesses to Build Automated Data Platform Prototypes

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Army Selects Three Small Businesses to Build Automated Data Platform Prototypes

 Three small businesses will each develop an automated data platform for the U.S. Army under direct-to-Phase II Army Applied Small Business Innovation Research contracts with a combined value of $5.7 million.

Charles River Analytics, Cougaar Software and Next Tier Concepts will deliver their proposed Knowledge-Level Distributed Active Data Platforms for Operations and Logistics Synchronization, which the Army will evaluate over a two-year period. 

The prototypes must be compatible with existing tactical data platforms and integrate artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to improve and speed up the Army’s data analysis and decision-making process, Army .mil reported.

Blaise Zandoli, the Army Applied SBIR Program’s portfolio manager for artificial intelligence, machine learning and climate and clean tech, said using an AI-powered data platform will support a strategy aiming to transform the Army into a digital, data-driven service. “By investing in this effort, we aim to develop a solution that offers scalability within the military and across commercial markets,” he added.

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