Leidos will display technology offerings designed for multidomain intelligence, data analysis and training at a three-day event that kicks off Tuesday in Tampa, Fla.
The company said Monday it set up a booth to showcase the artificial intelligence-based Critical Insight application,Veracint and A2M2P data collection platform and ADEPT navigation system during the 2019 Special Operations Forces Industry Conference.
Other products for display at the exhibit are the firm’s Integrated Building Interior Surveillance System, multi-intelligence Foxhound airborne surveillance radar and Sea Hunter autonomous unmanned surface vehicle.
Leidos plans to discuss its Sea Hunter demonstrator and the Medium Displacement Unmanned Surface Vessel program led by the U.S. Navy’s Office of Naval Research during the spotlight talks.
“It’s imperative our warfighters have access to innovative solutions that give them a decisive and sustained military advantage in multi domain operations,” said Gerry Fasano, president of Leidos’ defense group.
Fasano added the company will demonstrate platforms of interest to special operations forces and needed to help them gain a technical edge in missions.