In order to stay ahead of the curve, defense industry needs to be constantly innovating and adopting new technologies. This can be a challenge, but it’s essential for keeping up with the competition and ensuring that our defense capabilities are world-class.
With the soldiers in field, providing them with the latest updates on the terrain and conveying the tactics from headquarters to the on-field soldiers and agents can assist them in achieving their target.
AI in Defence
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been increasingly used in military applications all over the world in recent years and is only expected to grow with more funding for research and development from military organizations. AI-driven systems are used for various purposes such as target identification, route planning, and targeting enemy combatants.
AR and VR simulation can provide a way for people to get a taste of what it’s like to be in combat without having to be in an actual battle zone. This is especially beneficial for those who are preparing for the stress of combat so that they can be as ready as possible for the experience.
Data & Business Intelligence
The switchover to a digital system allows for better management and control over the operations of hospitals, including patient records and information, billing, scheduling appointments and more.