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An industry team led by Raytheon Technologies will support a U.S. Army program that seeks to build a tactical ground station to help detect and monitor threats for long-range precision targeting operations. The Raytheon-led team for the service’s Tactical Intelligence Targeting Access Node program includes Algorithmia, C3.ai, Collins Aerospace, Curtiss-Wright’s defense solution division, Esri, General […] More
The U.S. Army plans to come up with an interconnected platform designed to collect and transmit intelligence data to warfighters as they navigate the battlefield through the Distributed Common Ground System-Army program, Defense One reported Thursday. Raytheon has demonstrated its proposed offering, FoXTEN, for the DCGS-A competition. “We've been maturing the look and feel, the […] More
Five companies have won contracts worth up to $1M each from the U.S. Army to build a big data management platform designed to integrate and analyze information from various data sources and carry out forecasting and predictive analytics functions. The service posted the award notices Thursday in support of the two-phase Army Leader Dashboard program […] More
A team of Praescient Analytics researchers collaborated with a university research center during the week leading up to Sunday’s Super Bowl to study sex and drug trafficking in New Jersey and New York, Bloomberg reported Jan. 31. Michael Riley writes the company’s team worked to collect Internet data on telephone numbers and coded language used […] More
Booz Allen Hamilton has joined a program run by the University of Maryland that helps place students in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics at participating companies through internships and jobs. The company will also sponsor a computer science student with a $5,000 scholarship and contribute to a new undergraduate course on data […] More
California-based Palantir placed as a runner up at the Crunchies Awards for its award to the best overall startup for the year. The intelligence community’s investment arm In-Q-Tel, Peter Thiel and some Stanford University computer scientists started Palantir in 2004 to make data analysis software, Citibizlist reports. Technology websites TechCrunch, GigaOm and Venture Beat partner […] More
ExecutiveBiz members have had the pleasure of interacting with a long line of IT thought leaders. One of note is Chris Rasmussen, a great advocate for information sharing and collaboration within the federal space and a master of the use of new tools to get groups working together on hard problems (read more about Chris […] More
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