MilCIS 2024 728x90Arc Professional Services has secured a contract with the Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG). This contract will see Arc contribute to the cutting-edge Resilient Decision Highway (RDH) project, a state-of-the-art platform designed to enhance collaborative problem-solving, situational awareness, and operational decision-making within the Australian Defence Force and its FVEY partners.

The RDH project, initiated in 2019, represents the pinnacle of automated intelligence capabilities, providing timely situational awareness and operational insights to intelligence analysts and warfighters. Arc’s involvement underscores its commitment to advancing Defence technology and supporting national security initiatives.

“As a Sovereign SME company, winning this contract is a testament to our team’s dedication, expertise, and unwavering commitment to supporting the Australian Defence Force and its allies,” said Jeremy Stredwick, Managing Director of Arc Professional Services. “We are honoured to play a role in the RDH project, leveraging our experience in supporting complex integration projects to deliver innovative solutions that enhance operational effectiveness.”

Arc will collaborate closely with DSTG and other project stakeholders to develop and maintain the RDH’s underlying platform infrastructure, create novel analytic capabilities, and design user interfaces that improve human-machine collaboration. The project will follow an Agile development methodology, ensuring flexibility and responsiveness to evolving requirements.

Key highlights of Arc’s contributions to the RDH project include:

Development and Maintenance: Building and sustaining secure, cloud-native platforms and DevSecOps pipelines to accelerate the transition of novel capabilities to operational environments.

Analytic Capabilities: Creating synthetic reasoning agents and dynamic orchestration systems to support integrated, mission-agnostic analytics.

User Interface Design: Enhancing user experiences to ensure effective collaboration between AI capabilities and end-users, improving decision-making and situational awareness.

Mission Adaptation: Automating current manual workflows to demonstrate the utility of RDH to operations capability managers, with a focus on sensor fusion and tracking.

Arc’s success in securing this contract follows its recognition as a Veteran Employer of Choice, highlighting its commitment to supporting ADF veterans in their transition to civilian careers. This accolade reinforces Arc’s position as a trusted Defence and intelligence community partner. “We are proud to support the RDH project and look forward to contributing to its success. Our team is dedicated to delivering high-quality, innovative solutions that meet the complex needs of our Defence clients,” added Stredwick.


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