Shot Show 2019: Secubit Unveils WeaponLogic Ecosystem

The preventive weaponry maintenance and smart inventory management system is an AI-based solution designed to provide accurate, real-time operational enhancement

Image courtesy of the company

Secubit, an Israeli company specialized in advanced weaponry readiness and maintenance enhancement, unveils its WeaponLogic Ecosystem at Shot Show 2019, currently taking place in Las Vegas. This AI-based system is aimed at eliminating malfunctions in crucial situations, dramatically improving mission success and fighter-survivability. Facilitating data-driven maintenance and smart weapon inventory management based on actual usage of data gathered by constantly reviewing each weapon, the system provides tactical optimization of above 99% shot accuracy.

WeaponLogic Ecosystem is a set of tools that includes an advanced algorithm that gathers and analyses comprehensive weapon usage data in real time. This data provides immediate battlefield indication regarding weapon state and ammunition consumption. The system’s Smart Counter advanced AI driven algorithm learns each specific weapon’s characteristics and provides analysis for tactical optimization. Vital information such as magazine status, muzzle velocity, and barrel temperature, is presented to the weapon operator with a detailed breakdown, offering crucial alerts in real time. The system’s Reader & Dashboard Applications diagnose the data retrieved, elevating preemptive maintenance and smart inventory management. The system maximizes armory efficiency, alerting the armorer which weapons require service, supply status, making an easier life for the operators and a futuristic approach. The collected data is sorted and displayed in an easy to use interface, with customizable features.

“This new product Secubit introduces, is an innovative technological boost to the industry’s approach regarding weapon usage, which will - for the first time and from now on - be on a whole new level,” says Liran Tam, CSO at Secubit. “Secubit’s perspective on the use of Artificial Intelligence in a system such as this, is originated in our striving to ultimately elevate operator’s capabilities, which is achieved via WeaponLogicTM Ecosystem - an accurate, cost-efficient game-changing suite of tools,” he adds. Mr. Tam goes on to say, that “Artificial Intelligence is here to enhance each of our capabilities in various fields, by taking experts and crowds knowledge, and making it accessible and simple to comprehend. Our technology is here to bring that unique wisdom to the personnel operating the weapon, bettering all aspects of weapon usage; from operational enhancement to usage-based maintenance and smart inventory.”

WeaponLogicTM Smart Counter is a light-weight, simple-to-operate device, with an information storage capacity of up to one million shots, a rapid data presentation and a rechargeable battery with up to 10 operation years. The information that is collected in the WeaponLogicTM Smart Counter is transferred via RFID technology to the Reader and provides data on the weapon’s status in 3 seconds. This fully MIL-STD 810G system includes a 5" outdoor-viewable HD screen, a USB 3.0 PC interface, and a rechargeable 4300 mAh Li-lon battery with an operating life of up to ten years.

The Dashboard application provides data analysis and comprehensive representation of weapon’s condition and inventory management. It is compatible with Windows 7 and higher and is integration-ready. Both the Reader and The Dashboard applications provide usage data and analytics reflecting the weapon's operational status for preventative and precise maintenance, along with inventory management features.

 

You might be interested also

Archive photo: IAF website

Israel, Cyprus Hold Joint Air Force Exercise

Amid rising tensions between Cyprus and Turkey over gas drilling in the eastern Mediterranean, both Israel and the UK have sent fighter aircraft to the island country as part of pre-planned training exercises