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I/ITSEC 2021: Extended reality with AI delivers XRAE vision

3rd December 2021 - 10:45 GMT | by David Isby in Orlando


A dashboard displaying the MoPs generated by XRAE from flight simulator inputs. (Photo: David Isby)

Booz Allen Hamilton’s XRAE system uses AI to analyse data from a flight simulator.

The Booz Allen Hamilton (BAH) Extended Reality Analytics Engine (XRAE), demonstrated at I/ITSEC 2021 in Orlando on 29 November-3 December, is an example of a technology that has become widespread through applications such as gaming using virtual reality (VR) devices.

XRAE uses AI to analyse data that is fed through machine learning from datasets and displayed in a user-determined presentation.

The configurations that BAH demonstrated at I/ITSEC included a flight simulator and VR headset combination linked to the XRAE, which extracted analytics from the data flowing from simulators — one or multiple — using AI.

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David Isby


David Isby

David Isby is a Washington-based attorney and consultant on national security issues. He has experience …

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