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Training Simulation Intelligent Scenario Generation Tools

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Department of Defense
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2003 / SBIR
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Sonalysts, Inc.
215 Parkway North P.O. Box 280 Waterford, CT -
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Woman-Owned: No
Minority-Owned: No
HUBZone-Owned: No
Phase 1
Fiscal Year: 2003
Title: Training Simulation Intelligent Scenario Generation Tools
Agency / Branch: DOD / NAVY
Contract: N61339-03-C-0064
Award Amount: $100,000.00


Sonalysts proposes to meld our extensive research and development and training application experience with innovative approaches to scenario-based training management. Sonalysts will conduct architectural research to support the development of an adaptivetraining management system for aviation training systems. During Phase I, Sonalysts will apply existing software to demonstrate notional concepts to the user community. Phase I key tasks include identification of the following:* Identify aviation training systems and training requirements* Investigate the team and individual training objectives for the audiences* Review the levels of difficulty and the classes of events required to support training* Define the range of training data required for aviation-based training* Identify data architecture and relationships required to manage aviation scenario-based training* Review existing aviation scenario-based training systems and training management systems* Identify opportunities for technology* Develop prototype architecture* Determine data collection and feedback requirementsThese key tasks will result in development of a limited prototype of the data architecture and a complete system definition for Phase II which is the PHASE I option task. Our proposed approach will advance the state-of-the-art for aviation training management of simulation and scenario-based training while at the same time providing capabilities for live exercises. This approach has the potential for increasing theperformance, resource, and cost effectiveness for future and legacy training systems. These advances will also benefit a broad array of commercial and defense customers. Commercial applications might include other service training systems, web-basedgaming, commercial power industry, and air traffic control.

Principal Investigator:

Milton L. Stretton
Principal Investigator

Business Contact:

Jean Kindel
Contracting Officer
Small Business Information at Submission:

215 Parkway North, P.O. Box 280 Waterford, CT 06385

EIN/Tax ID: 060902362
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Woman-Owned: No
Minority-Owned: No
HUBZone-Owned: No