Deep Learning is re-imagining the way we think about Defence, leading towards a more efficient, processed industry. Novatech has seen the future and it is deep learning. By developing an advanced AI computing system, Novatech is applying its endless applications to benefit our defense clients. Boosted by GPU-acceleration, these solutions are building a safer world that nurses quick-thinking and unprecedented reliability.

The GPU-boosted deep learning solutions reach vast application utilisations within defense – from helping to secure automated cybersecurity, to radar detection systems, to face and vehicle recognition with drone observational data With the technology still developing, innovations in deep learning are advancing the future of calculated defense in astonishing ways.

Current and future uses and benefits.

As an established technology, Deep Learning is being employed to innovate and develop a number of areas within the industry:

  • Drones:

    Drones (UAV's) Application benefits are wide ranging, from Hunter killer units, to pathfinders, delivering medical supplies in field, intelligence gathering, close air support.

  • Non-Destructive testing:

    Internal defect detection: Using X-rays, Magnetic particle testing, Ultrasonic, Electromagnetic, Laser testing, Leak testing, can highlight potential weak points in the manufacturing process of critical components.

  • Radar jamming:

    Identify and classify new signals for cognitive electronic warfare.

  • Automating cyber security:

    Automation in computer security within the defence area can improve current systems (discovering - confirming - and fixing) this can be done in seconds rather than month or years.

  • VR and AI:

    Virtual reality could benefit from AI, simulations that change every time and learn from each encounter. Systems could become unpredictable and adaptive adversaries.

  • Command and control systems:

    Command and control systems (real time conflict management) from logistics into conflict zones to the distribution of forces and intel.

  • Surveillance:

    Using speech, text and image based platforms for individual target monitoring.