Countermobility Engineering Automation for Force XXI.
ARMY ENGINEER WATERWAYS EXPERIMENT STATION VICKSBURG MS GEOTECHNICAL LAB
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The Armys vision of the future battlefield consists of groups of networked organizations organized around information and information technology that support the capability of reacting to dynamic situations. Todays Tactical Operations Center will evolve into an information warehouse consisting of numerous command and control C2 systems providing decision makers with the proper information at the precise time. Future commanders will have the ability to access up to date information and apply this during their day to day operations. Future C2 systems must go beyond the capabilities of todays information systems. These systems must incorporate Artificial Intelligence based decision support tools necessary to allow these systems to become a part of the staff rather than just a tool used by the staff. This will enable the commanders and their staffs to generate, modify, and analyze complete, consistent, and robust plans and schedules in real world, resource constrained environments. The U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station is conducting various research efforts in conjunction with the U.S. Army Engineer School in engineering automation. The Obstacle Planner Software is one such effort focused on countermobility modeling.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics