NSWC Corona Starts Large-Data Navy Catalog Dev’t

The Naval Surface Warfare Center Corona Division is developing a large data concept to unify, disseminate and catalog U.S. Navy research, development, evaluation and test data, Dvidshub reported Thursday. Led by Hovanes Keseyan, an employee from NSWC Corona, the planned technology will accommodate all relative data through the enterprise and will be accessible via Department of Defense and other database systems.

The team is working on information from Naval Air Systems Command, Naval Sea Systems Command, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command and Naval Facilities Engineering Command. Additionally, the team plans to release a test iteration of the web interface. After the testing phase, the team will integrate up to 200 data sets by the end of this fiscal year.

“Others are interested in bringing in machine learning and artificial intelligence into their processes, and they also want to marry that with augmented reality, virtual reality and Live Virtual Constructive environments," said Keseyan.

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