DOD looks to video game industry for help with planning, positioning missile defense assets

By Jason Sherman / January 25, 2022 at 2:24 PM
The Defense Department is looking to the video game industry to help improve a high-consequence system used by U.S. military forces to determine where best to position guided missile interceptors and radars to defeat long-range missile threats, including North Korean nuclear-armed rockets. The Missile Defense Agency is looking to companies that deliver content for devices such as Microsoft's XBox, Sony's PlayStation and Nintendo's Switch to help improve the next iteration of the Command and Control, Battle Management, and Communications system...

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