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  1. Sousa: Composing and Conducting Battle Command Services

    SBC: SOAR TECHNOLOGY, LLC            Topic: A07105

    Soar Technology is teaming with Drexel University to develop Sousa, a multi-agent system that assists warfighters by automating the task of composing Battle Command (BC) services into data flows and conducting the flow of data for initialization. Sousa decomposes the task into sub-tasks that are each handled by an intelligent software agent as part of a multi-agent system. The overall system inter ...

    SBIR Phase II 2009 Department of DefenseArmy
  2. Tiger Board

    SBC: SOAR TECHNOLOGY, LLC            Topic: A09018

    There is a growing interest in employing modeling and simulation technology as a low-cost substitute to live Air-Traffic Control (ATC) exercises. One popular approach is to replace costly human role-players with computer-generated forces (CGFs) representing aircraft. Soar Technology proposes to develop the Tiger Board – an intuitive, domain-centric user interface customized for the composition ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Department of DefenseArmy
  3. Extending HLSR to Support Scaling Up to Complex Models for Training, Simulation, and Robotics

    SBC: SOAR TECHNOLOGY, LLC            Topic: N091086

    A long-term, cost-effective approach to addressing increased mission complexity and cost is to increase automation in operations and training. Although a variety of automation exists, the next significant advance will be to automate decision-making processes that currently rely on human experts. Such experts take years to train and are only available for a limited time, whereas intelligent softwar ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Integrated Gaming in OneSAF and RealWorld (IGOR)

    SBC: SOAR TECHNOLOGY, LLC            Topic: A08134

    Computer simulation in the Department of Defense has traditionally been the domain of carefully developed software and deliberatively validated models. While this has been an appropriate approach to the concern for working with accurate systems, there is increasing pressure to improve the cost-effectiveness and adaptability of simulations for today’s rapidly shifting strategic and tactical land ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Department of DefenseArmy
  5. Virtual Environment for Social Information Processing (VESIP) Phase II

    SBC: SOAR TECHNOLOGY, LLC            Topic: 84133S2

    This project builds upon on previous work on a theory-based tool that assesses and trains children with autism spectrum disorders social information processing (SIP) skills. This system, the virtual environment for social information processing (VESIP), is a significant improvement over existing measures of social skill in several ways: (1) its standardized, computer-delivered form reduces trainin ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of Education
  6. High-level tools and languages for faster Intelligent Tutoring System(ITS) model development

    SBC: SOAR TECHNOLOGY, LLC            Topic: N11AT032

    Intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs) hold the promise of dramatically increasing the cost effectiveness of training. However, one contributor to the per-lesson cost effectiveness of ITSs is the significant effort that goes into creating instructional material. ITSs in many ways shift the costs of giving instruction to the costs of preparing instruction. Preparation costs generally are quite high. I ...

    STTR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseNavy
  7. An Adaptive Cultural Trainer for Development of Cultural Aptitude in Warfighters

    SBC: SOAR TECHNOLOGY, LLC            Topic: OSD10HS8

    Current conflicts increasingly require the military to win the support the local population and this starts by understanding their environment and building relationships with them. In this proposal, the team of SoarTech, Vcom3D and Proxima Intercultural propose a novel training architecture in which warfighters can learn how to use face-to-face interaction as a tool to produce population level ef ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseNavy
  8. ESPRIT: Schemas for Intent Recognition

    SBC: SOAR TECHNOLOGY, LLC            Topic: AF103007

    The potential for force multiplication in Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UASs) rises with the degree to which they can be"neglected"by human controllers and operators. There is currently a great deal of human cognitive attention required to manage UAS assets safely and effectively, particularly in cluttered environments such as the terminal area of operations (TAO). To improve UAS autonomy, SoarTech ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseAir Force
  9. A Smart Interaction Device for Multi-Modal Supervisory Control of Multiple RPAs

    SBC: SOAR TECHNOLOGY, LLC            Topic: AF103036

    ABSTRACT: Demand for Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) within the U.S. Military has significantly increased over the past decade, including a demand for Micro-Air Vehicles (MAVs). However, the increased use of these systems has been hindered by the lack of natural interfaces for controlling them. Currently multiple operators are required to manage all aspects of a single aircraft and operators inte ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseAir Force
  10. Natural Language Dialogue for Supervisory Control of Autonomous Ground Vehicles

    SBC: SOAR TECHNOLOGY, LLC            Topic: N102177

    Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) currently deployed on the battlefield are driven with Operator Control Units (e.g., joystick or point-and-click interface), which requires the full attention of an operator. This means the operator cannot concentrate on maintaining situational awareness, security, or other tasks. To reduce the burden on the operator, SoarTech with our partner Southwest Research Inst ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseNavy
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