Rapid Asymmetric Multi-agent Aerial Intent Determination (RAM-AID)
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DOD / NAVY
The Navy's conversion to a 'Rapid Response - Force Protection' tactical mindset due to asymmetric threats requires a change in hardware to support the new tactics. Exposing a potential adversary's intent is key to determining the actions a commander should take. Unfortunately, with regards to aerial attacks from low slow-flying aircraft near shore, the Navy has few tools beyond what was historically available: human eyes and crew-served weapons. Most of the powerful capabilities, such as long range radar and the AEGIS weapon system function poorly near shore. The Navy needs a solution similar to AEGIS, but capable of functioning in a wider range of areas. 21st Century Systems, Incorporated is pleased to propose to research and develop the Rapid Asymmetric Multi-agent Aerial Intent Determination system (RAM-AID), which will be an Intelligent Agent decision support system that will use available sensor data to track, fuse and provide decisions and concise recommendations to the commander and ATFP decision makers; based on discernable and interpretive analysis of intentions. By coupling advanced persistent passive and active sensors with the exceptionally fast decision support capability inherent in intelligent agent software, a commanding officer will have an optimal solution set for this asymmetric threat in rapid fasion.
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