After more than a decade of war, US military readiness has suffered. Defined broadly as the ability of US forces to perform their required missions, whether against near-peer or asymmetric threats, readiness is shaped by many factors. These include the ability and well-being of military personnel and the availability and performance of military equipment. Both of these elements also depend on procurement cycles, sustainment resources, and supply chain risk management.

How it works

Monitoring fleet health, predicting equipment failures down to the sub- component level, and recommending courses of action and best practices; Providing personalized career advice, training, and benefits support to service members; Maximizing the talent and abilities of service members; meaning “right person in the right place at the right time”; Monitoring risks to the supply chain.

How you benefit

Cognitive Computing supports and improves military readiness: Fleets are serviced, maintained and always available; Personnel receive appropriate training, and career counseling, that capitalizes on their abilities and enhances their mission readiness; The right person is in the right place at the right time, especially in theater; Supply chains move predictably, timely and securely.

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