US Military need to know more and sooner (situational awareness) to allow rapid, decisive action on the emerging multi- domain battlefield with multi-faceted internet of battlefield things, big data, AI, and tactical cloud. Now, and even more so in the future, the battlespace is characterized by highly distributed processing, heterogeneous and mobile assets with limited battery life, communications- dominated but restricted network capacity, and operating with time-critical needs in a rapidly changing hostile environment. Distributed and low power edge processing is one of the essential technologies for maintaining overmatch in various emerging operational and contested environments for various technical groups across DoD COI communities including C4I, microelectronics, cyber, autonomy, human systems, Electronic warfare, and Weapon systems.
Number innovations in computing hardware, algorithms, software, networking and complex Military applications at the edge are helping DoD to take advantage of this new paradigm of computing at the edge. This talk will discuss recent advances in trusted computing at the edge for Military applications.
Raju Namburu, "Advances in computing at the edge for military applications (Conference Presentation)," Proc. SPIE 11419, Disruptive Technologies in Information Sciences IV, 114190A (Presented at SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing: April 27, 2020; Published: 28 April 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2565682.6152680135001.
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