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EDA seeks to harden military systems in contested EW environments

22nd September 2020 - 18:00 GMT | by Thomas Withington in Toulouse

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European militaries could benefit from enhancements for their radio and radar systems, as a result of a new initiative from the European Defence Agency (EDA) examining how AI and cognitive approaches can protect radar and military communications.

The EDA revealed the Communications and Radar Systems Hardened with Artificial Intelligence in a Contested Electronic Warfare Environment (CRAI) programme on 31 August, announcing that its steering committee had given the go-ahead.

The 36-month initiative is expected to conclude in 2024 following its expected launch in 2021. CRAI aims to result in a study detailing how AI and cognitive techniques may help

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