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Discover how smart, open architectures are accommodating advances in artificial intelligence (AI), analytics, virtual reality (VR), and cybersecurity. Technologies like these offer the Department of Defense (DOD) the advantage in areas from military training solutions to intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR).
Ready to explore the future of information warfare, where superior situational awareness is everything? We’ve teamed up with POLITICO to develop an interactive look.
The digital battlespace will be data-driven and fully integrated across platforms and domains. See how the Department of Defense (DOD) can accelerate information superiority through emerging technologies that are open, smart, and at the tactical edge.
You’ll discover how smart, open architectures are accommodating advances in artificial intelligence (AI), analytics, virtual reality (VR), and cybersecurity. Technologies like these offer the DOD the advantage in areas from military training solutions to intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR).
Information warfare is part of the history of conflict—so you’ll start your journey with the philosopher Sun Tzu. His words more than 2,000 years ago to “subdue the enemy without fighting” are still relevant in today’s digital arms race. It will take innovation and determination to stay ahead of revisionist powers and tech-savvy adversaries.
“The digital battlespace isn’t about the next big gun,” says Gregory Wenzel, executive vice president of Booz Allen Hamilton’s U.S. Army business. “It’s about how well you make connections and realize information superiority to achieve overmatch.”
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Fast-forward to today, where new technologies are already transforming warfare—and rapid innovation on open, secure architectures is making a connected future possible across all warfighting domains. You’ll have a chance to explore examples of this information-centric vision:
Go to POLITICO to discover how integrated information will enable warfighters to make fast, informed decisions—all the way to the tactical edge.