Purdue, Saab team up to study use of AI in battlespace threat awareness

Purdue University researchers will be partnering with Sweden-based aerospace manufacturer Saab to study new technology in battlespace situational awareness.

Their research will focus on how to use artificial intelligence to automatically detect threats in complex environments, according to a Purdue news release.

Researchers say they will study how to use camera and radar sensors to detect, for example, whether a flying object near an airport is a bird or a drone, and whether that object is adversarial.

Associate professors Shaoshuai Mou and Shreyas Sundaram — co-directors of Purdue’s Institute for Control, Optimization and Networks, or ICON — will serve as co-principal investigators for the project.

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