Air Force panel sees data-fusion as potential tool for targeting in anti-access environments

By Jason Sherman  
November 8, 2019 at 4:06 PM
An influential Air Force advisory panel has concluded that an alternative intelligence enterprise derived in part from data fused from open sources could provide a new way to locate, identify and attack targets in highly contested environments, according to an abstract of a new study by the group. An Air Force Scientific Advisory Board task force on " Multi-Source Data Fusion for Target Location and Identification ” commissioned last year to explore options for a system impervious to both kinetic...

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