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Visualization and Human-Machine Interface Technologies

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06/17/2016
Military commanders responsible for situational awareness and command and control of assets in space know all too well the challenge that comes from the vast size of the space domain. The volume of Earth’s operational space domain is hundreds of thousands times larger than the Earth’s oceans. It contains thousands of objects hurtling at tens of thousands of miles per hour. The scales and speeds in this extreme environment are difficult enough to grasp conceptually, let alone operationally, as is required for commanders overseeing the nation’s increasingly critical space assets.
01/09/2018
The growing complexity of space operations coupled with an increased need for timely decisions demands innovative approaches to battle management command and control (BMC2) technologies. To help ensure future U.S. technological and strategic superiority, DARPA’s Hallmark program seeks to develop revolutionary tools and technologies to plan, assess, and execute U.S. military operations in space. The program has completed initial research and awarded Phase 1 contracts to 11 organizations, which both augment existing commercial technologies and pursue entirely new capabilities. Hallmark has released a Broad Agency Announcement seeking additional technologies for potential inclusion.
January 30, 2018,
DARPA Conference Center
DARPA’s Tactical Technology Office is hosting a Proposers Day meeting to provide information to potential applicants on the objectives of Its new Broad Agency Announcement, Hallmark Tools and Capabilities 2 (Hallmark-TC2), part of the existing Hallmark program. Hallmark-TC2 aims to develop and validate additional technologies to complement and augment the original Hallmark tools and capabilities currently being integrated into Hallmark software testbeds.
Military commanders responsible for situational awareness and command and control of assets in space know all too well the challenge that comes from the vast size of the space domain. The volume of Earth’s operational space domain is hundreds of thousands times larger than the Earth’s oceans. It contains thousands of objects hurtling at up to 17,000 miles per hour.