RN evaluates AI decision aids as part of ‘ASD/FS-21'

by Richard Scott

Novel artificial intelligence (AI)-based tactical decision aids developed by Roke and CGI Defence in conjunction with the UK Defence Science and Research Laboratory (Dstl) have been demonstrated on two Royal Navy (RN) warships in an operational experiment within the ‘At Sea Demonstration/Formidable Shield 2021' (‘ASD/FS-21') integrated air and missile defence exercise.

Roke's STARTLE application is designed to help ease the load on operators monitoring the air picture in the operations room by providing real-time recommendations and alerts. CGI's System Coordinating Integrated Effect Assignment (SYCOIEA) AI decision aid provides automated platform and force threat evaluation weapon assignment (TEWA).

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