The Future is Today’s Battlefields With AI

The future is today’s Battlefields. They defend Smart Borders, Intelligent Combat and Construct Future Battlefields.
New-generation information technologies such as big data, cloud computing and Internet of Things (IoT), AI, blockchain, etc. are used to create a “smart network” that will manage the entire process of discovery and reporting, decision-making and disposal of coastal defense and border security. This smart system will be built by civilians, the government, the military, police and party. Guangdong Provincial Coastal Defense Commission has been asked by the National Committee on Border and Coastal Defense to accelerate the development and demonstration of a model of the proposed “smart coast defense system” and “smart frontier” systems. Informatization efforts have led to the construction of thousands upon thousands of monitoring stations and centres, as well as video surveillance. The Deputy Director for the Border Defense Bureau of National Defense Mobilization Department, Military Commission, informed that China has constructed more than 30,000 kms of coastal and frontier defense roads. These roads are equipped for video surveillance and blocking facilities. They have also created a basic “three in one” management and control system that can be used for civil air defense, physical defense and technical defense. The article reports that the 14th Five Year Plan will soon issue an opinion document on smart borders and coastal systems, as well as technical standards.
Mixed results have been achieved in coastal defense and smart border building. Although some areas such as network communication and data integration have seen positive results, confidential and secure communication has yet to be achieved. This is a rough overview of a pilot smart system at the Southern Theatre Command that includes an information management system and control system. This system integrates voice and video transmission with advanced command and control functions known as “electronic sendry”. Joint military-civilian efforts are used to strengthen the Guanxi border system. This system was used to detect illegal activities such as smuggling.
Intelligent Combat
Combining Linear and Non-Linear Warfare techniques to create “intelligent warfare.” Sometimes the first battle is decisive. It is crucial to win smart wars and take control of future conflicts. This can be achieved by studying and exploring the clever combination of non-linear and linear combat to pre-emptively influence the situation, strategically plan the battle situation, create a turning point in time, and effectively control the situation. This combat system will focus on paralyzing the enemy and attacking mind, controlling information and multi-domain mixed actions. The practical application of the linear and nonlinear operations will be the focus of such a combat system. It will be a combination of a machine + human + network intelligent system. Cross-domain linkages are important to achieve small gains and precision. They can also be used to create multi-domain, high-mobility, distributed strikes against rapidly changing battlefield conditions and different combat objectives. Intelligent warfare is dynamic and requires a flexible system that can adapt to changing circumstances and times. This is why it is important to have a flexible system. Instead of actual attacks, the emphasis will be on actions such as surprise attacks on the central battle stations and quick battles that require quick decision-making.
Hybrid warfare is also known as nonlinear warfare. It refers to the use of non-military tactics such as psychological warfare, economic warfare and cyber warfare in conjunction with conventional military warfare tactics. Some argue that there is a difference between “hybrid warfare”, and “nonlinear warfare” (nonlinear warfare being a Russian specialty), but both use a combination non-military tactics in order to achieve their goals.
Future Battlefields: Constructing Future Battlefields
To highlight important considerations when building future battlefields. They claim that the future battlefield will be multi-dimensional and will involve multiple domains, including the physical, information, and cognitive domains. They support multi-dimensional battlefield deployment (land, air, and sea) and the creation of a joint combat battlefield. A transparent and holographic battlefield can be created using advanced technology and a digital battlefield info chain. This battlefield information chain can also be created by integrating command, control and communication units. The next step is to design these battlefields according to the way battles are fought, and according to combat styles. This includes integrating battlefield construction with national strategy needs and strategic army requirements, as well as following tactical and technical standards of weapons, equipment, linking military requirements with battlefield construction tasks, and implementing combat mission requirements. But, it is possible to argue that battlefield construction has the ultimate goal to serve actual warfare. It is therefore crucial to ensure that every system is tested and certified for combat readiness, as the future battlefield will be intelligent and unmanned. Therefore, standards and planning, quality supervision, supporting facilities, and connecting facilities are all important. It is vital. It is important to develop practical technologies and not flashy applications. It is crucial to develop an economy that can support and sustain the development of these advanced systems. Future battlefield infrastructure, logistics, warehousing, and other industry systems will encourage the construction of a full-dimensional, mable-based economy.