Military Embedded Systems

Stellar Relay computing technology aims to enable A3I capabilities

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September 30, 2020

Emma Helfrich

Associate Editor

Military Embedded Systems

Stellar Relay computing technology aims to enable A3I capabilities
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ALEXANDRIA, Va. Parry Labs LLC has announced the successful demonstration of their hyperconverged mission computing technology, Stellar Relay, designed to enable Architecture, Automation, Autonomy Interfaces (A3I) capabilities for U.S. Special Operations Command in collaboration with the U.S. Army's Project Convergence. 

According to the company, Stellar Relay is a hardware and software product line for unmanned aerial systems (UAS) systems that enable rapid systems integration, artificial intelligence, machine learning, radio and network crossbanding, precision targeting, data correlation, and onboard real-time sensor processing.

U.S. Special Operations Command's A3I aims to shorten the kill chain in contested battlespaces with networked sensors and weapons in a spiral development, test, and fielding cycle, leveraging lessons learned to innovate, mature, and deliver new capability in support of Joint All Domain Operations (JADO), according to officials.

The Army's Project Convergence gathers top defense solutions providers to experiment and demonstrate their ability to address priority technologies in development for future warfare land, maritime, air, cyber, space, and JADO, which will account for further collaboration between armed services.

The company claims that this is the first Project Convergence demonstration, and the second year of A3I capabilities demonstration, taking place in Yuma Proving Ground in Yuma, Ariz.

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