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Camgian Awarded $10.7M to Develop Advanced AI Capabilities for US Soldiers

STARKVILLE, MS – APRIL 17, 2023 – Today, Camgian announced the award of a new Army contract to develop a novel artificial intelligence (AI) enabled warfighter machine teaming platform that optimizes information processing and data fusion to reduce the soldier’s cognitive burden and improve dismounted mission effectiveness. Leveraging advanced technologies in edge computing, multi-sensor fusion, and machine learning (ML), the Hyper-Enabled Soldier Lethality Program aims to increase the warfighter’s speed to observe, orient, decide, and act on today’s and tomorrow’s fast-paced battlefield.

“Through our team’s AI expertise, we’ll be crafting new, innovative solutions for the warfighter. This will allow the Army to accelerate the decision loop and ensure faster reaction time on the battlefield, greatly decreasing the cognitive load on the soldier,” said John Junger, Principal AI Engineer of Camgian’s Center for AI and ML located in Tuscaloosa, AL.

“Camgian is excited to support the Army’s warfighter machine teaming efforts,“ said Dr. Gary D. Butler, Camgian CEO and Founder. “This contract award is a testament to Camgian’s strong capabilities in building robust enterprise AI software systems. We will leverage this opportunity to ensure that our warfighters are provided with the most advanced AI capabilities to distill information and data into actionable decisions to think and act faster than our adversaries.

This project is sponsored by the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command C5ISR Center Engineering and System Integration (ESI) Directorate, and the content of this press release does not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the Government, and no official endorsement should be inferred.


Camgian is an award-winning developer of digital technologies that deliver real-time, actionable intelligence. Through innovations in data science, AI, and software, Camgian technologists are pioneering the next generation of cognitive computing applications that address critical needs in the national security, financial, and industrial markets around the world.

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