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Tactical Mission Planning

SRI, in collaboration with NASA Ames, is developing mixed-initiative planning technology to support scientists in constructing tactical mission plans for future planetary exploration missions.


Automated User-Centered Reasoning and Acquisition System

The goal of this project is to build a generic knowledge acquisition capability for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Using the system, the scientists will be able to formulate their knowledge in the three science domains, and the high school students will be able to pose Advanced-Placement style questions and get user appropriate explanations.


XG Spectrum Manager

The XG Spectrum Manager is a set of applications software for managing networks of Software Defined Radios (SDRs) XG is DARPA ATO Program, and SRI is part of the team primed by the Shared Spectrum Company. SRI will assist in representing spectrum-use policies in a formal language, and develop algorithms for detecting transmitters.


Inferring Intent of Attackers

CAPRE uses plan recognition techniques to automatically determining the intent behind a cluster of security alerts. This allows us to prioritize and explain alert clusters to users.


TEAMBOTICA: A Robotic framework for integrated teaming, tasking, networking and control

Teambotica is a research initiative to develop the computational framework necessary for intelligent, autonomous teams of robots to operate in hostile environments.

Halo Pilot

A System for Representing Textbook Knowledge

The goal of the project is to demonstrate the current state-of-the-art in knowledge representation by attempting to answer the questions in an advance placement test in chemistry.


Future Force Warrior

The FFW program is developing an individual warrior / small combat team system of systems to complement the Future Combat System (FCS) program to achieve Army transformation objectives.

Automating Exception Handing

Automating Exception Handing with Dynamic, Collaborative Scheduling

This project will integrate flight scheduling, execution management, and distributed coordination capabilities to provide an integrated basis for generating and updating flight schedules in response to new requirements, negotiating adjustments to resource assignments, immediately detecting schedule deviations during execution and alerting users about them, and dynamically reoptimizing flight schedules. Joint work with Carnegie Mellon University on problems at the Air Mobility Command.

DTT Task Management

Task Management for Dynamic Tactical Targeting

Provide task refinement, management and reasoning capabilities to support the Dynamic Sensor Management system being developed by Alphatech


Centibots very large-scale robot teams

This is a joint project with Stanford, University of Washington, and ActiveMedia Robotics, to design, implement and demonstrate a computational framework for the coordination of very large robot teams, consisting of at least 100 small, resource limited robots, on an indoor reconnaissance task.

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