How real-time search analytics and AI can help the DOD break down data

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From sensors on the ground to drones in the air, data is becoming more ubiquitous for military operations. The quality and accuracy of the insights derived from data depend on the ability to link and examine all the relevant data. However, transferring and storing massive amounts of data in a single place for analysis is not only costly in terms of time and bandwidth, but also prone to errors and delays. Consequently, finding the insights hidden in the vast amounts of information becomes more difficult than ever.

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