Started by Jarhead0331, December 06, 2022, 09:16:25 AM
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QuoteBAE Systems is expanding the network of companies in its modeling and simulations ecosystem to include Microsoft. With this addition, BAE Systems' Pioneer™ wargaming platform will use Microsoft's Azure cloud computing enabled services to deliver more realism in the platform's high fidelity simulations providing customers increased confidence in decision making. "Microsoft Azure is widely regarded as a prominent provider of cloud computing services for government," said Peder Jungck, vice president and general manager of BAE Systems Intelligence Solutions. "As the cloud provider of choice for our wargaming platforms in our Pioneer ecosystem, our customers will now benefit from its advanced capabilities." "Microsoft is currently advancing its cloud technologies to deliver new levels of co-reasoning between humans and machines across physical and virtual worlds," said Wes Anderson, vice president, Defense Operating Unit at Microsoft Federal. "With tight collaboration with partners like BAE Systems who have a long history of supporting the Department of Defense, we can unlock new opportunities for mission and organization leaders to transform data into action through gaming, exercising, modeling, and simulation." Pioneer™ is a system-of-systems that enables wargame operations across multiple domains, including land, air, sea, space, and cyber. The platform uses cutting edge, explainable artificial intelligence (AI) based on linguistic geometry, machine learning, and predictive analytics. It delivers a truly immersive environment with critical verified, validated, and accredited analytics to provide a competitive and information advantage.
Quote from: W8taminute on December 06, 2022, 10:16:34 AMInteresting. My guess is this BAE developed wargaming is not for the general public?
Quote from: Gusington on December 06, 2022, 12:59:03 PMIt was definitely one of the more intense interviews I have participated in. I assume the company culture has not changed - in 2002 it felt like I was applying to join an elite military unit.