MULTI-AGENCY COLLABORATION ENVIRONMENT (MACE)
Emerging concepts at the MACE
Electromagnetic Spectrum Mapping
We conduct advanced analytics on top of an electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) data lake to process, analyze, visualize and share EMS data to achieve and maintain superiority within the electromagnetic operating environment (EMOE).
We experiment with non-traditional global, public, private, and commercial ISR information to enable forensic and predictive analysis via a set of analytical tools and open application programming interfaces (APIs).
Cyber Threat Detection & Enrichment
We analyze varying data sources to map an organization’s infrastructure with known cyber-attack patterns. We then apply AI/ML techniques to centralize visibility into red and blue space data to enable rapid analytic, detection and reporting capabilities.
Why Should You Partner with the MACE?
Network of business partners, startups & world-leading technical experts
Engage with U.S. government to understand challenges
Access to demonstration & lab facilities with multi-domain test data
Collaborate on emerging technology & the latest trends
Where collaborative innovation delivers capability at the speed of threats.
The MACE was established in 2008, and is endorsed under the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Networks & Information Integration (ASD(NII)) as a consortium of industry, academia and government partners to provide innovative technical, analytical and process solutions. This fosters a collaborative environment with assisted contracting. MACE is a technology lab focused on developing innovative solutions with complex data and advanced analytics.
We bring in experts across commercial and private industries, government, academia and startups to solve the toughest challenges of today and the future.
Conveniently located in Herndon, Virginia, the MACE is connected to innovation centers and i360 labs across the country.
Technologies Explored Annually
Prototypes & Pilots Developed