Challenge: Processes for merging and matching geospatial entities across disparate databases are time intensive and error prone.
Solution: Geospatial entity resolution system which can synthesize and resolve conflicting data across multiple sources into a single unified definition of ‘truth’.
Challenge: ISR fusion analysts must gather relevant intelligence, but the data they seek is difficult to find and monitor as it is buried in an overload of data across many separate systems.
Solution: A machine learning based data discovery platform that combines predictive analytics, real-time information corroboration, and machine-enabled analysis.
Challenge: Both deliberate and dynamic targeting processes need to accelerate. However the existing target review process conducted by the JAG lacks specialized tools to keep pace.
Solution (under development): An ‘AI cognitive legal assistance’ that uses natural language processing (NLP) to give JAGs in AOCs the ability to look at facts of a target and then automatically map all relevant Orders and Authorities to the targeting package.
In July 2021, Polysentry was awarded a $950 million ceiling contract with the United States Air Force. Under this award, Polysentry will offer its software in support of the Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS) program, which is part of the Department of Defense’s Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2) force modernization initiative.