Predictive maintenance, other advanced technologies under consideration for U-2, RQ-4

By Rachel Cohen / December 13, 2018 at 11:24 AM
BEALE AIR FORCE BASE, CA -- The commander of the 9th Maintenance Squadron wants to piggyback on the Defense Innovation Unit's artificial-intelligence work to improve sustainment for Lockheed Martin's U-2. "We have certainly been engaged in conversations with some of the folks . . . involved in that program to see whether that may be something we could bring to the U-2 community," Maj. Andrew Cobb told Inside Defense in a Nov. 30 interview here. "They can see a problem...

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