Artificial Intelligence-Based Battle Management Training Rolled Out

U.S. Air National Guard members from Washington, New York, Alaska and Hawaii gather for a group photo during testing of the new Battle Management Training NEXT roll out Aug. 26, 2021, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. BMTN was developed in partnership with Vectrona, Breakaway Games and Sentrana to provide a host of first-ever combined artificial intelligence, machine learning, biometric, and natural language processing capabilities consolidated into one training system. This video game like system provides command and control battle management operators sustained, high quality, and low cost training repetitions. The standard BMTN Workstation Kit is comprised of a laptop, headset, mouse, footswitch, and eye tracking panel. The software includes AI Service, Cloud Service and Gaming Engine. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Maj. Kimberly D. Burke)

PHOTO BY: Maj. Kimberly D. Burke
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