Terrain Impact Decision Extensions (TIDE)
Agency / Branch:
DOD / ARMY
The US Army faces a significant burden in planning sustainment operations. Currently, logistics planners must manually evaluate potential emplacement sites to determine their terrain suitability. Sites subject to rainfall-runoff responses such as ponding are ill-suited for emplacements, but evaluating the likelihood of such responses requires significant time and expertise. To reduce the time and to ease the difficulty of logistics site selection we propose a series of Terrain Impact Decision Extensions (TIDE) to the My Weather Impacts Decision Aid (MyWIDA). TIDE performs data-fusion over a variety of terrain and weather data sets, and can reason with uncertainty to evaluate the suitability of potential logistics sites against a series of expert rules for a variety of emplacement systems.
Small Business Information at Submission:
Principal Software Engineer
Mark S. Felix
Charles River Analytics Inc.
625 Mount Auburn Street Cambridge, MA 02138-4555
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