C3 AI will provide Raytheon Technologies with next generation artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities for use on the latter’s proposed tactical ground station prototype under a U.S. Army program.
The enterprise AI software company said Wednesday the C3 AI Application Platform will deliver AI/ML model operations to Raytheon’s offering for the Tactical Intelligence Targeting Access Node program of the Army.
TITAN is envisioned to support the Department of Defense’s Joint All-Domain Command and Control concept by ingesting data and deriving insights from space and high-altitude, aerial, and terrestrial sensors.
A team led by Raytheon’s intelligence and space business is developing a prototype for it as part of the service branch’s competition for the initiative.
“This work combines Raytheon Intelligence & Space’s expertise in aerospace and defense with C3 AI’s proven expertise in enterprise AI to support critical national security interests through next-generation technology,” said Thomas Siebel, chairman and CEO of C3 AI.