January 09, 2023
One essential module of the INTREPID project is the IAM (the Intelligence Amplification Module).
Modestly, we can say that the IAM (the Intelligence Amplification Module) is the brain of the INTREPID system.
Indeed, it’s a module that has the ability to collect all the information coming from other modules of the system, like the paths, the available agents, the available operations within the particular crisis situations. Once all that is taking into account, it does propose to First Responders, what is the estimated best course of action at the moment with the best possible outcome.
Based to the recommendations of IAM, and in conjunction with their own experience and what’s going on in the scene, the First Responders will decide what course of action they are going to take.
In the INTREPID Project, this module is developed by our partner CERTH.
There are 2 flows of input to the IAM:
An example of the doctrine model
The two together allowed a clear and specific understanding of the situation, and serve to provide appropriate proposals.
The proposals are sent to the End Users through the INTREPID interface and from this interface, they will choose the course of action they want to take at that time and the interface will send to the mission controller the exact mission to be undertaken, to the appropriate agent, whether it be the first responder or the UxV.
A screenshot of the recommandations display on INMOS interface.
CERTH is currently working on several projects: