Integrating allies, domains, systems and technologies – From DTT to I/ITSEC

The national security landscape is changing rapidly, elevating the need for faster, cheaper, repeatable and better training across domains and military allies. Hadean’s VP of Innovation, Chris Arthurs, and Solutions Manager, Rick Worker, attended the first-ever Defence Leaders Defence Training Technology (DTT) conference, which focused on exploring current and future requirements and challenges defence organisations Integrating allies, domains, systems and technologies – From DTT to I/ITSEC

13 November 2023
John Cottrell

The national security landscape is changing rapidly, elevating the need for faster, cheaper, repeatable and better training across domains and military allies. Hadean’s VP of Innovation, Chris Arthurs, and Solutions Manager, Rick Worker, attended the first-ever Defence Leaders Defence Training Technology (DTT) conference, which focused on exploring current and future requirements and challenges defence organisations have to face to meet the needs of the warfighter.

As Hadean continues to scale strategic partnerships and customer delivery operations globally, the show based in Warsaw, Poland, presented a great opportunity to connect and network with senior stakeholders from the United States Department of Defense, NATO representatives and non-NATO military and government leaders. With the exponential growth of AI raising questions about the future of training, conversations focused on the potential of Hadean’s AI-powered spatial computing platform to integrate allies, domains, systems and technologies into a common operating picture that can deliver credible insights and situational awareness in real-time.

On Day 2 of the conference, Chris Arthurs took the stage to discuss how AI is driving the future of synthetic environments and redefining collective training in defence. Hadean’s Large Language Model (LLM), and other Generative AI, integrations allow the creation of more immersive, realistic and mission-specific scenarios by enabling users to adapt and change simulation parameters on the fly. By drawing data from distributed sources, the platform can reflect the complexities of the real world and help decision-makers understand their operating environment better.

The way is now open to I/ITSEC 2023, where Hadean will demonstrate how our AI-powered spatial capabilities can lead to augmented and data-driven decision-making, strategy and readiness for defence and national security. As new technologies, like drones, satellites and cyber tools, are increasing the complexity of the modern battlespace, we will also showcase how data and information can be transformed into trustworthy, battle-winning insight.

Hadean will be exhibiting at booth 1954. Interested in speaking to us? Book a meeting ahead of time here.

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