ReportSep 14, 2022
Detecting disruption in closed systems
By Natalie Barrett, David Bray, Mary Versa Clemens-Sewall, Kiran Jivnani, Anthony Scriffignano
This paper utilizes commercial data aggregation and data analytics to evaluate whether commercial data sets can be used to better understand the resiliency of closed military communities or other closed ecosystems of high value and importance.
Natalie Barrett is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s GeoTech Center and serves as a principal engineer with Phaedrus Engineering. Her previous service at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL) focused on human-machine teams, artificial intelligence, advanced communications, and climate strategy. Prior to joining JHU/APL, Barrett served across government and commercial industries focused on defense, innovation, robotics, and biotechnology. Her key projects include wearables, exoskeletons, isothermal assays (realized in rapid COVID-19 diagnostic tests), microarray reader systems for the Human Genome Project, and cancer research.