Autonomous systems, AI, cybersolutions showcased by Leidos at Sea-Air-Space showNews
May 06, 2019
SEA-AIR-SPACE 2019--NATIONAL HARBOR, MARYLAND. Leidos is showcasing solutions in the areas of autonomous systems, artificial intelligence (AI), and cybersolutions at the Navy League?s Sea-Air-Space 2019 (SAS) exhibition.
The company is presenting Sea Hunter, the autonomous unmanned vessel that it developed with the Office of Naval Research; the Leidos R/V Pathfinder vessel, the test platform for Sea Hunter, will also be presented.
Development experts will summarize for showgoers the newest technology to innovate and apply agnostic Agile development and DevSecOps processes. Attendees can watch a live demo of the Leidos Enterprise Application Framework (LEAF), which enables rapid prototyping and delivery of new applications.
The company will also showcase its framework for incorporating artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) algorithms into existing systems and data models, which it has dubbed Microservices Architecture for Pluggable Environments (MAPLE). Visitors will see a demo of how MAPLE enables system upgrades as fast as new algorithms are devised, a critical component for algorithmic warfare requirements.
SAS attendees may see the Leidos demonstrations at Booth 1823.