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Mari Maeda
Program Manager, DARPA

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Program Manager responsible for tactical information management and communication efforts at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Responsible for developing TIGR system. Also manages efforts developing two-way speech translation systems. Holds PhD in physics from MIT.

Sessions

General
Location: Regency Ballroom
Mari Maeda (DARPA), Samuel Earp (Multisensor Sciences)
Average rating: ****.
(4.75, 4 ratings)
This talk describes a highly successful map-based application that is used by soldiers in Iraq for collecting and sharing information on people, places and events. The system, called TIGR - Tactical Ground Reporting System - was developed by DARPA, Pentagon's R&D agency to meet an information gap unique to counter-insurgency warfare. An overview of developmental challenges will be reviewed. Read more.