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Project Convergence is a campaign of learning to aggressively pursue an Artificial Intelligence and machine learning-enabled battlefield management system.

Because whoever can see, understand, and act first will win.

Project Convergence 2022

Solutions Submission

Technology Collaboration Areas:

  • Sensor
  • Effect (kinetic/non-kinetic)
  • C2 (Maneuver, Fires, Intel)
  • Protection (EW, Physical)
  • Communications (SATCOM, Aerial, Terrestrial)
  • Assured PNT
  • Robotics
  • Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning
  • Medical
  • Sustainment
  • Autonomy
  • Cloud Computing
  • Planning

Submissions are open through December 1st, 2021.

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Potential Partnership Mechanisms include:

  • Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA)
  • Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs)
  • Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Program
  • Small Business Technology Transfer Research (STTR) Program
  • Other Transaction Agreements (OTAs)
  • and many other opportunities to explore...

We welcome our industry, academia, and non-traditional partners to collaborate with us!

What is the Army doing?

In the Army Modernization Strategy, we outline a vision for the Total Army to be a Multi-Domain Force by 2035. To do this, we must modernize how we fight, what we fight with, and who we are.

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Land

Air

Sea

Space

Cyber

This means that we must place renewed emphasis on the people we take to war, the weapons systems they will use, the process which commanders make decisions, how we transform data into information, and where our forces are postured to create opportunities for us and our Allies.

People

Weapons Systems

Command and Control

Information

Terrain

Through the Project Convergence framework, we are demonstrating technologies as often as every two weeks. These events inform each other, and they build to annual capstone events. Demonstrations will consist of multi-domain operational environments, where the Army will demonstrate artificial intelligence and networked lethality technologies that augment human sensing and decision making in order to improve the warfighter’s lethality and pace of battle.

For more information from these events, visit our DVIDS page.

DVIDS Hub

Each capability we are testing supports our efforts in the five phases of multi-domain operations.

Compete

Compete to expand the competitive space by enabling the defeat of information and unconventional warfare, conducting intelligence and counter-adversary reconnaissance, and the demonstration of credible deterrence.

Penetrate

Penetrate strategic and operational stand-off by neutralizing enemy long-range systems, contesting enemy maneuver forces, and maneuvering from operational and strategic distances.

Dis-Integrate

Dis-integrate the enemy’s anti-access and area denial systems by defeating enemy long- and short-range systems, conducting independent maneuver and deception operations.

Exploit

Exploit freedom of maneuver to defeat enemy objectives by neutralizing enemy mid- and short-range systems, and isolate and defeat enemy maneuver forces.

Re-Compete

Re-compete to consolidate and expand gains and physically secure terrain and populations which can enable sustainable outcomes with partners and set conditions for long-term deterrence.

These efforts contribute to the Nation's goals of achieving Combined Joint All Domain Command and Control (CJADC2): the artificial intelligence and machine learning-enabled battlefield management system that integrates allies and the joint force into All Domain Operations to produce overmatch.