The next game-changing mission command Soldier capability just might be percolating within a well-known, large tech organization.
Yet, it is no secret that sometimes the biggest ideas come from the smallest companies.
The Army’s research and development organizations say, “Come one, come all,” including academia, when searching for partners to help the Army meets its modernization goals.“From artificial intelligence and robotics, to GPS-denied navigation, to super powerful lightweight batteries, to voice-activated mission command, our science and technology programs are reaping the benefits of our business and academia collaborative ventures,” said Jim Hennig, associate director for the U.S. Army RDECOM Communications-Electronics Center’s Technology, Plans, and Programs Office. Read More
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