Submarines are becoming more numerous and quiet as an era of Great Power competition heats up. How is the U.S. Navy adopting machine learning to combat this new threat?
Data breaches and cyber attacks are becoming more prominent and less predictable. To manage ever-increasing cyber risk, the U.S. Department of Defense created a bug bounty program for security vulnerabilities and used crowdsourcing to invite hackers to break into their systems.
The US Navy's antiquated maintenance system must evolve into a conditions-based system enhanced by AI.
The US Department of Defense is implementing additive manufacturing capabilities across all unit levels on projects both big and small.
The U.S. Army is using AI to better address maintenance gaps in one of its most important assets. Success not only means fewer breaks but a faster and more effective force.
USN forces are increasingly being used in critical global situations while simultaneously operating under the stress of strict Department of Defense (DoD) budgets and growing enemy technological capability. Digitization of the supply chain is imperative for the USN to maintain the sustainability, agility, and responsiveness to support its far-reaching operations in a fast-paced, potentially dangerous environment. But will digitizing the USN's supply chain information create even more vulnerabilities?