Adversaries’ advanced space capabilities, both offensive and defensive, are creating new risks for America’s space assets, across the military, intelligence, and commercial sectors. While the U.S. advantage in potential space-based conflict has weakened, a pathway has emerged for winning it back, with artificial intelligence (AI) at the center.
Identifying anti-collision maneuvers. Detecting missile launchers from space. Equipping intelligence analysts to achieve more with data. And simplifying mission planning, resource optimization, and decision making in complex environments.
Today’s defense organizations are intently exploring these and other uses of artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance their missions. Defined as the ability of machines to perform tasks that usually require human intelligence, AI promises to transform how defense operations work in space.
In this increasingly contested domain, Booz Allen helps organizations harness AI to get complex tasks done more quickly, improve awareness and command-and-control decision making, and build mission resilience to thwart adversaries. When the space environment’s special demands limit what humans can do, AI is there to extend what’s possible.