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Modeling and Simulation

CACI Q&A With Senior Vice President Kevin McNeill on Cyber Network Modeling and Simulation

P.W. Singer’s 2015 novel Ghost Fleet imagines a scenario in which China launches a massive cyber-attack against the United States, crippling many technologically sophisticated systems, both military and civilian.

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CACI Q&A With Vice President Kerry Leo on SteelBox™ Application for Secure Mobile Communications

Every day, hundreds of thousands of text messages and phone calls are made by U.S. Government employees from their smartphones. These unsecured, unencrypted calls and messages are vulnerable to interception and eavesdropping from unwanted audiences.

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Rapid Digital Prototyping Speeds Delivery of New Capabilities

When technology is complex, and innovation is key, digital engineering and prototyping is an exceptional way to rapidly design and test new hardware and software capabilities while optimizing costs and lowering risk.

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CACI Q&A With Agile Solution Factory Growth & Communications Lead Ashley Strickland

Leading technology companies like Google, Facebook, and Amazon deploy hundreds of software changes a day without sacrificing security, stability, quality, or performance. By contrast, government organizations often struggle to deploy a few releases annually.

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CACI Q&A With Senior Vice President Marc Beacken on Staying Ahead of the Competition in the Race for 5G

CACI engineers and technicians are on the forefront 5G communications research and development, working hand-in-hand with military, civilian, and commercial partners.

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CACI Q&A With Manager of AI Research & Development Brian No

In a period of ten months, CACI’s team of Artificial Intelligence Deep Learning experts advanced its geospatial imagery analysis tool from “proof-of-concept” to demonstrating those tools within the operational environment for CACI’s customers. And soon, AI software developed by CACI will be able to analyze full motion video streams and not only identify objects within the scene, but also persistently track the objects as they enter and exit the field of the view of the sensor. CACI experts invent innovations like these in the rapidly evolving field of AI for national security customers to execute their critical missions.

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Digital Twin Design – Precision Modeling Saves Costs and Shrinks Delivery Timelines

As the Navy begins an effort to save billions of dollars across its shipbuilding plan over the coming years, CACI continues to deliver critical mission expertise to improve effectiveness, efficiency, and affordability in ship design, manufacturing, and lifecycle support. CACI announced in April 2020 it would provide analyses and initiatives to Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) to deliver maximum cost savings to the Navy as the service seeks to meet emerging threats, increase readiness, and achieve savings across its shipbuilding plan. It’s just the latest example of how precision modeling performed by CACI engineers, technicians, and analysts is saving the military money and time.

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Eye on the Sky – SkyTracker® Provides Protection Against Misuse of Drones

With the continuing popularity of hobby drones and the rapidly expanding commercial use of drones, the sky is getting crowded. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) estimates the hobbyist unmanned aircraft system (UAS) fleet will more than double to over 2.4 million by 2022. And it’s estimated that the commercial, small non-model UAS fleet will grow to more than 451,000 by 2022.

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How Deep Learning Helps Speed Full-Motion Video Analysis

Taking aerial footage of zones of interest was once a challenge: resources were limited, and the quality of footage often left much to be desired. Now that full-motion video has become commonplace, a new problem has arisen: there is so much data that geospatial intelligence analysts cannot meet the demand with traditional methods. CACI is addressing the need for quick-turn, reliable analysis by using an advanced artificial intelligence software technique known as deep learning.

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The Future of the Aviation Industry Starts Now

The Jetsons, a popular cartoon in the 1960s, wasn’t too far off in its depiction of how the future might look. With flying cars, robots, and technologically advanced appliances, Orbit City could be any city in the U.S. in just a few years. Virtual assistants, such as Amazon Alexa and Google Home, are now commonplace, as are smart home appliances and devices.

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Making Artificial Intelligence Solutions as Easy to Use as a Smartphone App

Google’s recent exit from Project Maven put the field of artificial intelligence (AI) in the media limelight once again. Project Maven – a Department of Defense program – aims to use AI to assist in analyzing massive amounts of drone video footage, mostly collected in war zones. While the term AI has roots that go back to the 1950s, the recent focus is really about a specific software technique known as deep learning.

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Answering the Challenge of Today’s Modern Battlespace: Controlling the Electromagnetic Spectrum

The electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) – while invisible – plays a very visible role in the modern multi-domain battle. As adversaries advance their electronic warfare (EW) capabilities and threats continue to evolve at a rapid pace, controlling the spectrum is increasingly critical.

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Get Your Head in the Cloud Early – Cloud-Native Development Improves Operational Efficiency and Mission Readiness

These days, nearly everyone has some experience with the cloud. From email services such as Gmail, Yahoo, or Hotmail, to storage services such as iCloud, Google Drive, and Dropbox, more and more of our photos and electronic files are stored in the cloud every day.

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Accelerating Strategic and Tactical Decisions in Enterprise Space Battle Management Command and Control

For decades, U.S. space capabilities have afforded our warfighters and allies a significant strategic edge. These capabilities have evolved and become more integrated into the land, sea, and air domains of warfighting, vastly improving the U.S. projection of force around the globe. This strategic edge has not gone without notice.

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The Kaspersky Incident: How Smart Sensors Can Prevent Future Cybersecurity Disasters

New York Times journalists Nicole Perlwath and Scott Shane expose the threats posed by modern commercial software in an article that reads like a modern-day John Grisham novel. Their story details how Russia appears to have penetrated U.S.

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Ready. Set. Fly.: Automated Test Equipment for Safe and Successful Flight Missions

"All systems are go!" That’s what military pilots want to hear as they enter an aircraft for their next flight, confirming that all their flight instruments, navigation equipment, and computers are functioning properly for their mission.

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Delivering a Modern, Audit-Ready Financial Solution

CACI provides full lifecycle support for the Defense Agencies Initiative (DAI) solution – an Oracle EBS financial management solution in use by over 40,000 DoD employees in 22 different defense agencies.

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Electronic Warfare

Dominating Electronic Warfare: Precisely

Today’s battlefield has been amplified by advancements in electronic warfare (EW). The proliferation of high-end electronics and the evolution of commercial technologies have given adversaries ranging from nation-states to non-state actors unprecedented capabilities.

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Empowering the Nation for Critical Missions and Beyond

The U.S. boasts the most powerful military in the world. Our budget, manpower, and strength is the greatest across land, sea, air, and beyond. So what does it mean when Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson says, “The nation needs a more powerful Navy”? Or when Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Mark Milley says, “The United States, as a global power, has to have a wide variety of tools in its kitbag”?

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Secure Mobility to the Tactical Edge

Ever have a dropped call, bad wireless service, or no communication in a time of need? Imagine America’s soldiers in forward operating environments where information is sensitive and missions change in an instant – they need access to fast, reliable, and secure connectivity.

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