Cougaar Software, Inc. (CSI), an innovative technology company in the Washington D.C. area specializing in cognitive computing and distributed intelligent agent solutions, announces it has been awarded an 18-month prime contract with the US Army through the Ammunition Research, Development & Engineering Center (ARDEC) at Picattiny Arsenal, NJ.
Funded through the DoD Rapid Innovation Fund (RIF), the focus of this effort is to provide a cognitive computing solution that provides the ammunition community with intelligent automated analysis and monitoring of the ammunition supply chain, to include demand signals and inventory trends. The ultimate objective is timely and better-informed decisions through advanced reasoning, dynamic what-if analysis, advanced predictive analytics and pattern recognition. As part of the capability, users will be able to visualize dynamic networks and act upon automatically detected complex event patterns and their second and third order effects. Monitored data and events will include Army and industry data feeds as well as news, weather, press releases and other open source data streams.
CSI leverages advanced cognitive computing concepts and technologies to provide next generation planning, decision support, and optimization systems for military and commercial customers. These solutions are built on CSI’s state-of-the-art ActiveEdge® platform, a distributed intelligent cognitive agent development framework based on the DARPA Cognitive Agent Architecture (Cougaar) technology. CSI’s cognitive computing technology enables users to understand complex situations and provides intelligent, automated deep reasoning over massive amounts of data to make better decisions, quicker, and with higher confidence.
For more information on how customers could benefit from CSI’s custom solutions, please visit http://www.cougaarsoftware.com/custom-solutions/