Northrop Grumman Corporation has partnered with Palantir USG, Inc. for the recently granted Tactical Intelligence Targeting Access Node (TITAN) ground system for the U.S. Army. This initiative aligns with one of the Army’s significant modernization goals, leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to advance target recognition and geolocation automation. The program aims to integrate data from various sensors, reducing sensor-to-shooter timelines.

TITAN represents a ground system with access to space, high-altitude, aerial, and terrestrial sensors to deliver actionable targeting information to enhance mission command capabilities. By leveraging TITAN, the Army can combine, correlate, and integrate intelligence data from diverse sensors, providing operational forces with a comprehensive understanding of their surroundings. This robust capability facilitates real-time decision-making, significantly enhancing long-range precision fires’ accuracy, precision, and effects.

Northrop Grumman will collaborate to:

1. Spearhead the design maturation of the TITAN Advanced and Basic vehicle shelters, drawing on its expertise in intricate, forward-deployed ground systems.
2. Guarantee production readiness to supply ten initial TITAN prototypes, with the flexibility to scale up production as per program requirements.
3. Undertake the integration, testing, and deployment of TITAN systems for the Army, furnishing actionable targeting information to bolster mission command capabilities and enhance long-range precision fires.

Aaron Dann, Vice President of Strategic Force Programs at Northrop Grumman, emphasizes that the company’s vast experience in large-scale system integration positions them to contribute to mission success and offer information superiority for warfighters in challenging operational settings. The ongoing work on TITAN underscores Northrop Grumman’s commitment to fulfilling the nation’s requirements for actionable intelligence in critical situations.

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