DARPA releases strategic technology RFI

On March 14, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) released a request for information (RFI) for the Strategic Technology Office’s upcoming needs.

DARPA’s Strategic Technology Office (STO) develops technology to give national security leaders trusted, disruptive capabilities to win in all physical domains (air, space, sea, and land) and across the spectrum of competition, from deterrence to high-end peer combat.

Leveraging advancements in technologies such as advanced microelectronics, increased computing capacity, and applied machine learning/artificial intelligence, STO will pursue solutions in the areas of advanced active and passive sensing; battlefield effects; command, control, and communications; system of autonomous systems; and empowered human decision making. STO will develop and deliver solutions at a speed and scale to be operationally relevant in just a few years from the initiation of the project to proof of concept.

In order to reach the broadest set of potential performers for future office projects, this RFI is seeking information from potential performers for any or all of the research areas listed in the RFI. This RFI is to provide a mechanism to inform the office of new capabilities and concepts and the potential performers who will provide them. DARPA will use this information to determine the companies and individuals that STO would invite to have further substantive discussions to inform future projects and programs in appropriately classified settings when necessary.

Review the DARPA Strategic Technology Office RFI.

Source: SAM

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