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"human autonomy learning" Discussed on National Defense Magazine Podcast

National Defense Magazine Podcast

03:28 min | 9 months ago

"human autonomy learning" Discussed on National Defense Magazine Podcast

"You're welcome to what's new National Defense magazine. A podcast military homeland security and technology trends now available on Apple News News. This episode is brought to you by INDIC- National Defense Industrial Association. The publisher of National Defense Magazine each year in Dia promotes the advancement of cutting edge technology equipment training and more at our events. visit the schedule of events this page at N D. I A. Dot Org for full details in. Dia Promoting national security since nineteen nineteen in this podcast national defense explores the army's research and development efforts the army research laboratory zeroed in on key initiatives aiming coming at giving soldiers and edge on future battlefields against advanced adversaries. There are ten efforts that have been deemed essential research programmes and these include the long range distributed and collaborative engagements program the science of additive manufacturing for Next Generation Munitions Program Graham the artificial intelligence for maneuver and Mobility Program The convergence of the theology protection and autonomy to dominate ground combat program the Human Autonomy Learning Program the foundational research for electron warfare and multi domain operations program Graham the Versatile Tactical Power and propulsion program the physics of soldier protection to defeat evolving threats program the quantum artem information sciences program and the transformational syn Bio for military environments program the Laboratories Long Range Range distributed and collaborative engagements program falls in line with the services top modernization priority long range precision fires. The the aim of the effort is to take multiple munitions and have them communicate and operate in a coordinated way across long distances. The lab is trying to figure out how the army can develop network weapons full of cutting edge sensors and other components that can survive hundreds of Jeez and be delivered precisely objectives include improved range speed maneuverability and survivability the army is also studying ways to build future weapons through the science of additive manufacturing for next generation munitions programs currently there is not a good understanding of how metal plastic or polymer micro structures change or are impacted by new Three D. printing techniques. The lab's director said there needs to be a detailed understanding of the material science and physics associated with constructing parts this way because soldiers on the battlefield must be able to account on the systems they are using the labs program is designed to achieve that understanding and bring that science to machine vendors and manufacturers so that they can create fully qualified added ably manufactured parts that can be sent wherever the army needs them or even manufactured onsite another program intelligence for maneuver and mobility will contribute to the services number two modernisation.