Leidos will present cyber, machine learning, artificial intelligence and autonomous technology platforms the company developed to support U.S. Navy programs during the Sea-Air-Space Exposition in National Harbor, Md.
The company said Thursday it will showcase the Sea Hunter unmanned surface vessel and the R/V Pathfinder testing platform built through projects backed by the Office of Naval Reserach.
The event will also feature the firm's Microservices Architecture for Pluggable Environments framework for AI algorithm deployment, Enterprise Application Framework and various tools that support the Navy’s Towed Array Sensor system.
"Leidos has a 50-year legacy of support to the U.S. Navy's critical programs and has the right people and capabilities to help the Navy tackle its current challenges and unlock the potential of emerging technologies," said Gerry Fasano, president of Leidos' defense group.
Other platforms that the company will present include portable geolocation, maritime communciations, range and radar development, Tomahawk missile systems engineering and cloud technologies.
The exposition will take place from May 6 to 8.