Raytheon Technologies-led US Army TITAN Program Selects C3 AI to Deliver Next-generation AI/ML Ops

C3 AI, the Enterprise AI software company, today announced Raytheon Technologies has selected the C3 AI Application Platform to deliver next-generation AI and machine learning (ML) capabilities for a ready-now solution for the U.S. Army’s Tactical Intelligence Targeting Access Node (TITAN) program. The Raytheon Technologies team, led by Raytheon Intelligence & Space, is in competition to design TITAN to serve as the Army’s underpinning solution to enable multi-domain operations.

TITAN is a tactical ground station that finds and tracks threats to support long-range precision targeting, further advancing the Department of Defense’s strategy for Joint Force C2 (JADC2) capabilities necessary to support U.S. national security interests. The C3 AI Application Platform will provide AI/ML model operations (ML Ops) for best-of-breed third-party models across the TITAN enterprise, including both cloud and intermittently connected edge environments.

“This work combines Raytheon Intelligence & Space’s expertise in aerospace and defense with C3 AI’s proven expertise in enterprise AI to support critical national security interests through next-generation technology,” said Thomas M. Siebel, Chairman and CEO of C3 AI. “We look forward to working with Raytheon Technologies to deliver this new AI-powered, mission-ready solution of the future.”

TITAN will ingest data from space and high-altitude, aerial, and terrestrial sensors to provide targetable data to defense systems. It will also provide multi-source intelligence support to targeting, and situational awareness and understanding for commanders. Leveraging capabilities that support pattern-of-life sensemaking and automated target recognition, the TITAN solution will also help operators make sense of the massive amounts of data and prosecute a target with the appropriate solution.

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