Pentagon leaders eye artificial intelligence (AI) and cyber security in JADC2 command and control system

June 17, 2021
JADC2 uses cloud computing, sharable software, network enhancements, zero trust cyber security, data sharing, and solutions for the tactical edge.

WASHINGTON – The goal of the Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) is to link networks and sensors to warfighters with shared data in all domains -- cyber, land, sea, air and space -- quickly and securely. Eurasia Review reports. Continue reading original article

The Military & Aerospace Electronics take:

17 June 2021 -- The JADC2’s helps enable rapid integration of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, predictive analytics, and other emerging technologies.

Each of the services is involved in JADC2 experimentation, and the best solutions will be implemented as long as there is no vendor lock or proprietary limitation. “We want this to be open source," says Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Dennis A. Crall, the Joint Staff’s director of command, control, communications and computers.

JADC2 depends on an enterprise cloud-based computing solution, software development that is sharable, network enhancements, a zero-trust cyber security environment, data sharing, and solutions that work on the tactical edge.

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John Keller, chief editor
Military & Aerospace Electronics

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