The most valuable resource we have in the universe is intelligence, which is simply information and computation. However, in order to be effective, technological intelligence has to be communicated in a way that helps humans take advantage of the knowledge gained. The optimal way to solve this problem is a combination of human and machine intelligence
AFCEA-Welcome-ANT-2017 The Erie Canal Chapter (NY) of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) is proud to announce the Autonomous Networking Technology Symposium to be held on June 13-14, 2017 in Utica, New York. Autonomous networking, contingent upon Electromagnetic Spectrum Superiority, opens the door to a wide range of new
AFRL’s Information Directorate is located in Rome NY. Rome Air Development Center (RADC), the predecessor organization to AFRL Rome Research Site, began operations at Griffiss on June 12, 1951. RADC was the Air Force’s research and development of ground electronics and intelligence systems. In 1990, RADC became Rome Laboratory as part of an Air Force
In this issue of the Journal of Cyber Security and Information Systems features the contributions of the scientists and engineers from the Air Force Research Lab Information Directorate in Rome, NY. The Information Directorate is focused on Information Technology which holds the key for the future of battlespace command and control, situation awareness of
The US Air Force’s Rome Laboratory is the USAF research and development center for command, control, and communications and is responsible for planning and executing the USAF science and technology program. The Information Directorate develops information technologies for air, space and ground systems, partnering with other federal agencies, allied nations,
The Air Force released a vision document June 22 written by its former chief scientist which helps define a path to increased and effective autonomy.
In the future, unmanned aerial systems will hold even more utility as they become faster, stealthier and more autonomous, experts said. At the same time, they will become more accessible to foreign countries and terrorist groups around the world.