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AI Computing Solutions for JADC2 Network Architecture

Aitech discusses its role as a supplier in the Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2) initiative, which is allowing system integrators to connect disparate systems with the use of AI, ML and other capabilities Feature Article by Aitech
AI Computing Solutions for JADC2 Network Architecture
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Aitech explains that data-driven advances in tactical warfare are enabling the future of military command and control (C2), and with overall coordination of military operations expanding beyond land and sea, warfare is venturing into other relevant domains such as air, space and cyber. Read more >>

This expansion of warfare domains is providing the warfighter with more opportunities to better integrate decision-quality data and ensure secure access to reliable, timely information.

JADC2
The need for a more integrated communication infrastructure has been a powerful motivator for new programs working to enhance military intelligence. A network architecture, led by the Department of Defense (DoD), ensuring that multidomain strategies aimed at optimizing the integration, coordination and synchronization of military operations is Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2)

The JADC2 initiative allows system integrators to connect disparate systems together with the use of AI, ML and other advanced capabilities, allowing access to data from each system in order to make informed decisions. As the concept grows, defense operations rely heavily on data processing at the tactical edge.

Aitech & JADC2
Aitech provides a set of capabilities to support the JADC2 concept and enables accelerated information access through all defense domains. JADC2 is shifting military operations to focus on creating a secure command and control network across all branches of the military. Due to Aitech’s open system architecture, rugged computer and embedded system solutions provide leading-edge interoperability and performance, the company is at the forefront of providing a more unified military communications network.

U-C8500

Aitech’s rugged, high performance embedded computing (HPEC) systems withstand extreme shock, vibration and temperature and provide reliability in harsh environments. The company develops products that support autonomous operation, enhance connectivity and enable unmatched data processing. Innovations such as Aitech’s U-C850x single board computers (SBCs) and the A179 Ultra-SSF Supercomputer incorporate leading-edge technologies that enhance situation awareness and decision superiority.

The U-C850x Series combines three pillars of modern data processing acceleration: CPU, iGPU and FPGA, to meet the demand of real-time data processing, enabling rapid decision-making and response to command and control networks. At its introduction, Aitech’s A179 Ultra-SFF Supercomputer broke the mold in compact, high performing, low-power GPGPU-based systems.

A critical role to ensure the success of JADC2 technology is the security precautions taken to protect these unmanned and autonomous systems from adversaries. Aitech’s proprietary hardware-based cybersecurity framework, AiSecure, prevents data breaches and firmware in products while allowing secure transmission and storage of sensitive data. With sophisticated cybersecurity measures, JADC2 networks are capable of meeting the requirements to produce protective warfighting technologies.

The full whitepaper
In a new white paper, Aitech examines how innovative solutions in AI can help in achieving decision superiority within the land domain using manned and unmanned systems. The white paper covers:

  • The importance of achieving decision superiority through JADC2
  • Technical challenges and risks
  • Solutions incorporating AI, time sensitive networking, streamlined communications and cybersecurity protection

Download the full whitepaper here, or find out more about Aitech’s role in the JADC2 Initiative.

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Posted by William Mackenzie Connect & Contact