Register for Webinar on 4/26: Using AI to transform the tactical edge

Gain insight faster. Give soldiers greater visibility. Enhance your predictive intelligence.

Advanced capabilities such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) serve several defense applications, including data analysis, predictive intelligence, and situational insights.  Senior leadership in the US Department of Defense (DoD) recently prioritized advanced capabilities such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to create tactical advantage for the military.

Please register and join us for a live webinar on Wednesday, April 26 at 1:00 PM PT to learn how these cutting-edge technologies are used in defense applications.

Hear the latest guidance using AI and ML to support mission success from Derek Strausbaugh, Principal Program Manager, Defense, at Microsoft Azure Government Engineering and Graham Gilmer, Director at Booz Allen.


Graham Gilmer is a Director in the Booz Allen Machine Intelligence team, focused on research and client delivery in the areas of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and high-performance computing.  In this role he leads the firm’s work in Processing, Exploitation, and Dissemination (PED) modernization.  He holds a BS from Stanford University in Management Science and Engineering.

Derek Strausbaugh is a Principal Program Manager for the Azure Government Engineering team leading the strategy for the Department of Defense market segment. His primary responsibilities are driving innovation within Microsoft Azure to support the DoD mission and working with DoD programs and partners to establish secure, value-added solutions using Microsoft’s Azure Government platform. 


The Using AI to transform the tactical edge webinar includes:

  • Use cases for applying AI and ML to reshape modern military missions.
  • Demonstrations of bringing AI and ML to the tactical edge.
  • How to achieve interoperability within the DoD.

This webinar is free to attend, and we look forward to your participation.


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