Boeing has partnered with Australia’s Trusted
Autonomous Systems Defence Cooperative Research Centre (DCRC) to
develop advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to
create smarter unmanned systems for global forces.
“Over the next 12 months, Boeing Australia will
design and test cognitive AI algorithms to enable sensing under
anti-access conditions and to navigate and conduct enhanced
tactics in denied environments,” said Dr. Shane Arnott, director
of Phantom Works International.
Boeing Australia’s first
innovation project with the DCRC will examine an unmanned system’s
route planning, location, and identification of objects and the
platform’s subsequent behavioural response.
The DCRC for
Trusted Autonomous Systems was announced by the Australian
Government in 2017 to support the rapid creation and transition of
industry-led trustworthy smart-machine technologies through the
innovation ecosystem to the Australian Defence Force.
with Boeing, we are investing in advanced technology that can have
real game-changing product outcomes for our military to match the
evolving threats and achieve a sustainable autonomous industry for
Australia,” said Professor Jason Scholz, chief executive officer
of the DCRC for Trusted Autonomous Systems.
Boeing will work
with Australian university partners and Brisbane-based supplier RF
Designs to flight-test and evaluate the capability with autonomous
high performance jets.
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