Adarga has been awarded a contract from UK technology company Improbable Defence business, to integrate its technology to support the second year of building a Single Synthetic Environment (SSE) Technology Demonstrator for UK Strategic Command, the major organisation of the British Armed Forces responsible for leading integration across all domains - cyber, space, maritime, land and air.

Through its capability for reading and understanding multiple, diverse data sources, Adarga supports multi-domain, decision support and mission planning. The highly granular detail provided by Adarga's Event Detection feature supports the SSE Technology Demonstrator by identifying and locating mission critical events in real time. 

The SSE being jointly developed by Improbable and UK Strategic Command delivers a simulation demonstrator which models the conventional physical domains (maritime, land and air) as well as aspects of space, cyber and the information environment. The simulation brings together models of physical elements such as weather, terrain and infrastructure networks with more abstract systems such as social, political and economic ones; and enables the exploration of the causal relationships and interdependencies between them. 

The SSE has the potential to enable decision-makers at every level to test and rehearse policy choices and military courses of action in a rigorous, data-driven way. The second year will see the development and expansion of this prototype SSE into a cloud-based tool which will enhance users' planning and decision-making.

Adarga's AI Knowledge platform fuses and analyses data from millions of diverse sources to support multi-domain decision support and mission planning. The highly granular detail provided by Adarga's Event Detection feature helps to identify and location mission critical events in real time, enabling more accurate modelling and scenario planning. Adarga's live events feed helps users to detect unfolding situations and identify emerging risks, rapidly understand key trends and prioritise responses with greater speed and confidence.