Cape Henry Associates (CHA) was recently awarded a one-and-a-half-year contract worth over $2 million. The contract calls for CHA to design products for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) in support of their objective “to achieve the capabilities of fast autonomous sort, search of threats and exploitation in captured media.” Specifically, CHA will use the latest available technologies in machine learning and convolutional neural networks to build experimental platforms and algorithms tuned to process large DIA datasets and provide faster methods of analyzing captured media. CHA Chief Revenue Officer Chuck Wythe stated, “We’re honored to be working with the DIA on this key capability and look forward to putting the talents and abilities of our incredible staff to work for the benefit of our nation’s intelligence services.”