The Air Force tested the Advanced Combat Management System, which will provide a real-time data collection and sharing network between American forces in different regions.
Real-time data roaming was tried using many new technologies such as 5G, 4G, cloud computing systems, and artificial intelligence in the test, where attempts were made to detect imitations of Russian cruise missiles and hit them in the air.
The test, in which 60 teams participated, was conducted in 70 different regions.
In the leg of the test at Nellis Air Base in Nevada, four-legged robots are known as “robot dogs” and developed by Ghost Robotics were also tested.
The company’s “Vision 60” type robots are developed as part of the Advanced Combat Management System to perform many tasks such as reconnaissance, detection, and mapping in the vicinity of military bases.
It is stated that the robot, which has a design close to the ergonomic structure of the dog, is more advanced than the previously used unmanned land vehicles in terms of flexibility and speed as well as digital data transfer capability.
The Pentagon plans to spend $3.3 billion over 5 years for the development of this advanced Combat Management System.