Storm Shadow AI Solution, developed by the Romanian company OVES Enterprise, on the verge of being used by major weapons manufacturers to counter GPS jamming

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Mihai Filip, CEO OVES Enterprise

Cluj-Napoca/Romania, June 12, 2024RBJ – Storm Shadow AI (SSAI), the advanced artificial intelligence solution capable of learning in record time to make rapid and precise decisions in critical scenarios for any type of vehicle operated without human intervention, is on the verge of being used by major global weapons manufacturers to counter the jamming of GPS systems that affect modern military equipment in operational theaters.

“We are currently in advanced discussions with missile manufacturers who want to integrate Storm Shadow AI into their weaponry. This will allow the missiles to autonomously find and destroy targets using visual recognition and other advanced identification methods, unaffected by electronic jamming. Thus, SSAI provides an additional level of safety and efficiency, making it a viable and attractive solution for governments and defense companies worldwide”, says Mihai Filip, CEO of OVES Enterprise, noting that modern equipment, such as HIMARS and JDAM, which heavily rely on GPS, are often ineffective in electronic warfare environments. “In this context, SSAI proves to be an innovative solution that can offer precise targeting and striking capabilities at a low cost. Additionally, integrating this solution ensures that military equipment remains operational and efficient, even in the most challenging jamming conditions”.

In this context, Storm Shadow AI can be used to enhance the capabilities of military devices through visual, thermal, and radio recognition, eliminating the dependence on GPS. This means that SSAI can operate autonomously, regardless of electronic jamming, ensuring superior precision and efficiency. The advanced technology allows for the identification and neutralization of targets independently, without human intervention, which is essential in critical scenarios.

The SSAI solution can be integrated into various platforms, from drones and missiles to other tactical equipment. The flexibility and adaptability of this technology make it possible to quickly and cost-effectively improve the capabilities of existing equipment. By eliminating the risk of jamming, SSAI ensures continuous and reliable operability in conditions of intense electronic warfare.

Applicability in various fields
Besides military applications, SSAI has the potential to revolutionize other fields, such as emergency interventions or autonomous deliveries of essential materials to critical locations, such as hospitals. This demonstrates the versatility and adaptability of the technology, which can be adjusted to meet the diverse needs of users.
OVES Enterprise is committed to ensuring ethics and safety in all developed products and solutions. Storm Shadow AI includes strict protocols that ensure that each operation performed by the AI is monitored and, if necessary, controlled by human operators. This “human in the loop” mechanism guarantees that all actions comply with ethical and legal standards, providing an additional level of assurance and control.

OVES Enterprise actively collaborates with key players in the defense industry to integrate and adapt the Storm Shadow AI technology into their systems. These partnerships underscore the company’s commitment to offering solutions that not only improve operational efficiency but also provide a significant strategic advantage in modern operational theaters.

For this year, the company maintains the investment pace, ensuring a budget of 2.5 million euros for the development of its own products and for the continued international expansion, focusing on Software as a Service, Space and Defense, and Cybersecurity domains.

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OVES Enterprise is a Romanian software development company and drone manufacturer, established in 2015 in Cluj-Napoca. Since 2019, OVES Enterprise strategy has included offering more complex software development services for projects in the automotive, eCommerce, fintech, telecom, and international governmental institutions areas, becoming a technological partner for complex and technologically sophisticated projects. Last year, OVES Enterprise expanded its activities with a new line of business focused on drone production.
Currently, more than half of the company’s turnover is generated by projects outside Romania, integrating new technologies from the fields of artificial intelligence and big data. OVES Enterprise currently employs over 200 people and has offices in Romania, Germany, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, the USA, and Norway.

 

 

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