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Innovation and Communications
The 21st century requires new types of expertise that CNA has developed as special areas of focus.
data links and the command and control of dispersed forces. CNA analysts translate their expertise in cutting-edge technologies into practical guidance for decision-makers. We have developed tools ... , where she analyzed command and control, interoperability and Identification Friend or Foe Mode 5. video Cybersecurity Futures 2025: Insights and Findings
ai and autonomy in russia: Special Issue, September 8, 2022
September 8, 2022 issue features translations of several Russian military journal articles that reflect on the use of AI and autonomy. All have been written since the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
of the enemy. For example, the state, which is a recognized leader in high technologies, creates on their basis a complex system of command and control of troops and weapons for conducting military operations ... of hostilities, complete information superiority must be won, and the main task is to achieve lightning-fast, anemic strategic and operational paralysis of enemy’s command and control. Disruption ... weapons command and control.) The experience gained in combat operations as well as the results of theoretical studies and practical experiments indicate that the existing measures for combating UAVs
A Brief History of CNA
CNA is the oldest research and analysis organization in the United States that is an FFRDC, a federally funded research and development center. Our founder, Philip Morse, introduced the concept of operations research to the U.S. in order to address the German U-boat threat during World War II.
modeling the airspace over the entire country for the FAA. And when Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans, CNA command and control specialists moved into FEMA’s operations center 24/7 for six weeks ... of expertise within IPR. CNA evaluated the crisis-response command and control by FEMA and local agencies in New York and Washington. And analysts had just completed a bioterrorism response plan ... representatives deployed with their commands to Gulf region, serving on Navy ships, Marine Corps forward bases, and Joint command centers. They advised the Navy on avoiding mines in the Persian Gulf
Diane Vavrichek
Vavrichek-Diane /images/Experts/Vavrichek-Diane.jpg Diane Vavrichek is an expert in cyber and space operations, as well as the use of autonomy and artificial intelligence in warfighting. Her research focuses on operational effectiveness, operational policy, command and control, organizational structure, innovation, and training. Vavrichek is the CNA field representative to Fleet Cyber Command/Navy Space Command and previously served as the CNA field representative to Carrier Strike Group 1, deployed aboard the USS Vinson. Vavrichek has a doctorate in mathematics from the University
Mark Lesko
Lesko-Mark /images/Experts/Lesko-Mark.jpg Mark Lesko is an expert in air traffic and airspace analyses for the Federal Aviation Administration. He has 25 years of experience working with the FAA's "big data," taking very large quantities of unstructured historical air traffic data and distilling it into a clear, useful products for policy makers at the FAA and other government agencies. Lesko embedded several times as a field analyst at air traffic control facilities around the United States, including the FAA Air Traffic Control System Command Center, where he provided real-time, tactical
Barry Howell
Howell-Barry /images/Experts/Howell-Barry.jpg Barry Howell is an expert in developing operational plans, concepts, doctrine and logistics to support U.S. military operations. His experience spans military logistics and planning, command and control (C2), strike operations, and anti-submarine warfare. Howell has served as a CNA field representative and received the Rear Admiral William S. Parsons Award for Scientific and Technical Progress from the Navy League of the United States. During the 9/11 era, he served as a scientific analyst to the Chief of Naval Operations, Director of Strategy
Brent Richardson
Richardson-Brent /images/Experts/Richardson--Brent.jpg Brent Richardson specializes in facility management, contingency engineering and ocean engineering. At CNA, he has examined the wartime acquisition readiness of Navy systems commands, the infrastructure requirements for Navy and Marine Corps missions, and the efficiency of Navy shore command and control. Prior to joining CNA, Richardson served as a civil engineering corps officer in installation and contingency engineering roles, and he held staff positions at headquarters and Navy component commands. He also graduated from Navy dive
china ai and autonomy report: Issue 13, April 21, 2022
A biweekly newsletter on AI and autonomy developments in China
. They argue that the ability to carry out core command activities (e.g., maintaining situational awareness, rapid decision-making, sound strategic and tactical design, thorough planning, efficient control ... and capabilities. Evaluations of command and control capabilities. Criteria for evaluating command and control capabilities include the ability to issue timely and complete instructions to each subordinate unit, the ability to command and control multiple units effectively, and the ability to issue commands based on changes to the battlefield situation. To conduct these assessments
china ai and autonomy report: Issue 19, July 28, 2022
A biweekly newsletter on AI and autonomy developments in China
in collecting data from various types of sources in an intelligentized warfare environment, the Chinese Institute of Command and Control has established the Information Fusion Professional Committee ... to be connected with human operators, sensors, weapon systems, and, in the case of swarms, other unmanned systems whose communication linkages can be attacked. Attacking command and control nodes. The article states that special operations forces and the employment of a combination of kinetic and non-kinetic attacks against the command and control nodes of UAVs can effectively degrade UAV
china ai and autonomy report: Issue 6, January 13, 2022
A biweekly newsletter on AI and autonomy developments in China
Foreign Ministry calls for P5 talks on the use of AI.   Fu Cong, director-general of the PRC Foreign Ministry’s Department of Arms Control, stated that the five permanent members of the United Nations ... aircraft is not yet achievable. However, it offers three methods for coordinating UAVs with manned aircraft operations; all involve the use of a “rear area control system,” which is presumably ground based. In the first method of coordination, the actions of the UAV(s) are controlled completely by the rear area control system. The UAV(s) feed sensor images and other data to the manned aircraft