AAIS are advanced analytic – decision making systems created to manage and control other, secondary systems. They are used mainly in military to automatize actions and limiting the number of people needed to conduct an operation. They can also be applied in other fields where case analysis and finding the best possible action is necessary (e.g.: in medicine, constructing technologically advanced machines, etc)
AAIS collect information, analyze it, and then they make a decision what action is the most right in this moment. They adjust analysis to changing surrounding circumstances, time of a day or other conditions important for particular actions.
After that, they send signals to devices connected to them, to start a particular action sequence.
Example of appliance – The Atlas Robot
We have many ideas of applying our technology. One of them is Atlas robot constructed by Boston Dynamics company, ordered by DARPA. The robot’s task will be, among other things, helping special forces soldiers and firefighters in conditions difficult for humans. The machine has to climb elevations by using hands, it will never get tired and will be able to carry equipment too heavy for a human.
It is not hard to imagine tasks and abilities of such robot. Let’s think about a firefighters rescue operation. A unit arrives to a burning house, sets the equipment. Together with the firefighters, there is also a humanoid robot. It gets a task expressed in a natural language: “find humans in the burning building”. It enables a number of functions responsible for moving, detecting warmth and calculating the shortest way possible. Processes run immediately, the robot starts its actions. The person controlling robot’s actions can see them thanks to a linked camera in the “head of the robot”. Except the camera, there can also be installed other vision systems: infrared, night vision and others, activated depending on the surroundings conditions.
The robot starts to move quickly in the space of the building. It skips obstacles and can enter places inaccessible for a man as its construction is high temperature resistant. The robot moves away heavy and burning objects to make the way for humans.
It can see a man and immediately gets a command: “take this person outside the building”. The robot starts a number of processes again that ensure its own and the rescued person safety. If there’s such a need, it gets some information from this person. Thanks to built-in speakers, the robot can talk. It can ask if there is anyone else in the building and if the rescued person feels alright. Next, it finds a safe way to exit the building and it carries out the man away from the danger.
Denise technology is flexible enough to use it in many fields, in many ways.
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