Charles River Analytics, a developer of cutting-edge technologies for intelligent systems, gave a demonstration on its tool for enhanced Intel Preparation of the Battlespace (IPB) at Empire Challenge 2010 (EC 2010). The annual conference focuses on intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) demonstrations to support warfighters and is sponsored by the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (USD/I). EC 2010 took place from July 26 to August 13, 2010, in locations throughout the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and the Netherlands. Charles River participated at the Joint Systems Integration Center (JSIC) in Suffolk, VA, during August 2 to August 12, 2010, where the focus was on the interoperability of command and control (C2) systems with ISR systems.
Mr. Joe Gorman, Principal Software Engineer, and Mr. Marc Richards, Scientist, presented Preemptive Actions with Dynamic Anticipatory Targeting (PREDATAR) integrated with a Global Command and Control System – Integrated Imagery and Intelligence (GCCS-I3) service. This automated multi-INT analysis tool reasons about potential targets and their relationships over time, cueing analysts about dangerous targets and significant relationships that might otherwise be missed by intelligence analysts in an air operations center (AOC). This capability provides analysts with near real-time identification of potential targets and their relationships, reducing the response time to dangerous situations.
This material is based upon work supported by the Air Force Research Lab – Fusion Technology Branch (AFRL/RIEA) and the Development Planning Directorate Office (ESC/XR).