In May of 2010, US Special Forces embarked on a "can’t fail" mission to capture or kill Osama Bin Laden. To ensure mission success, soldiers and commanders needed dynamic access to a number of open source and “stovepiped” intelligence feeds; a common environment to display those feeds; and information dominance to ensure the intelligence could be successfully transmitted and received in a timely manner. These components were critical to providing soldiers and commanders with a complete picture of the battlespace.
Brendan Houlton demonstrates how AGI’s software for timely analysis and situational awareness of space, cyberspace and C4ISR domains is uniquely suited to support such missions. The demonstration highlights:
- Dynamically ingesting multiple intelligence sources
- Streaming high-resolution imagery and terrain into the 3D environment for increased awareness
- Providing real-time situational awareness to the warfighter and commanders through a common operating picture
- Understanding the cyber environment and how a cyber attack could impact the mission