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The project is called MARS, Machine-assisted Analytic Rapid-repository System. This first product ingests and applies analytics to multiple sources of infrastructure information in a database that underpins every aspect of global military operations – giving planners, operators and decision-makers direct access to critical insight and 50 times more data in an easy-to-use design.

The process of updating related records now takes minutes, not hours. In addition, continued system development will further boost confidence in the information provided to analysts and warfighters.

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