AI has penetrated almost all industries that you can think of. It is transforming the way individuals and businesses work, and now it is quickly progressing its way to transform the defense sector. AI-powered defense systems are capable of handling large volumes of data efficiently. Moreover, such systems have improved self-control, self-regulation, and self-actuation due to their superior computing and decision-making capabilities. The slides below walk you through the use cases and applications of Emotyx’s AI-powered real-time video analytics in the defense sector.
The Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Robotics in the Defense market, which is valued at US$39.22 billion in 2018, is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.04%, to value US$61 billion by 2027. One of the best examples for the implementation of AI in defense sector is Israel’s, Iron Dome. The Iron Dome is designed to detect, intercept and destroy missiles and artillery shells. This AI-powered anti-missile system is reportedly 90 percent effective. It uses an AI model to calculate if the inbound missiles will land on the population or critical assets of the state. The AI system detects, analyses, and ultimately obstructs incoming threats such as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), guided missiles, and cruise missiles.