Indra Introduces AI-enabled 360 Vision System for Armored Vehicles

This system incorporates various AI algorithms that analyze data collected by visible, night-vision, and infrared cameras mounted on the vehicle.
  • Defensemirror.com bureau
  • 06:38 AM, May 21, 2024
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Indra Introduces AI-enabled 360 Vision System for Armored Vehicles

Indra has introduced a new 360 vision system for armored vehicles aimed at enhancing their operational capabilities.

The system, demonstrated at the Wheeled Vehicle Maintenance Park and Center No. 2 in Córdoba, represents an advancement in situational awareness and mission effectiveness.

During the demonstration, attended by senior officials from the Ministry of Defence, including representatives from the Army General Staff (EME), the General Directorate of Armament and Material (DGAM), and the Army’s Logistic Support Command (MALE), Indra presented the evolution of the system from its initial development phase under the 8x8 Dragon program.

The 360 vision system incorporates various artificial intelligence algorithms that analyze data collected by visible, night-vision, and infrared cameras mounted on the vehicle. This AI capability aims to improve threat detection, identify friendly forces, assess potential risks such as ambushes, and suggest protective measures and courses of action.

Crew members actively engage with the system, collectively contributing to the analysis process to enhance real-time understanding and decision-making.

According to Miguel Rodríguez Mora, Indra’s sales director, the use of AI technology is particularly relevant in complex operational environments, such as urban and low-visibility settings.

Rodríguez Mora highlighted the system's ability to interpret and evaluate data, recognize patterns, and automate tasks, thereby potentially reducing errors and enhancing safety in high-stress situations. The integration of the 360 vision system into the 8x8 Dragon’s Mission System, developed by Indra, aims to centralize control and optimize operational capabilities.

Moreover, the integration of technology complements existing tactical frameworks like the Battlefield Management System (BMS). This integration seeks to facilitate coordination and information exchange among deployed units during operations.

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