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Rebellion Defense to Develop Software for US Navy’s Project Overmatch

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Rebellion Defense to Develop Software for US Navy’s Project Overmatch

Defense technology company Rebellion Defense has announced a subcontract agreement with prime holder Fuse to develop software for Project Overmatch, part of the U.S. Navy’s contribution to the Pentagon’s Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control effort.

Former Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday described Project Overmatch as foundational to “the joint tactical network of the future,” Rebellion said

The Navy’s fiscal year 2024 budget includes $192 million for Project Overmatch.

According to Rebellion, it will utilize its Mission Engineering service to deliver tailored software and “cutting-edge technology.” To meet the Navy’s Agile software needs, the company said it will integrate its personnel “into the fabric of Project Overmatch.”

Rebellion is also expected to demonstrate proofs of concept to accelerate and automate Navy decision-making.

Rebellion CEO Ben FitzGerald said the contract signifies his company’s commitment to “practical and responsible” artificial intelligence and user-centered software. He emphasized secure and trusted human-machine teaming in an “era of software-defined defense.”

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