ADVANCED INFONEERING, INC.

Address

1875 WOOD DUCK CT
NORTH LIBERTY, IA, 52317-4773

http://www.advancedinfoneering.com

Information

DUNS: 625152140
# of Employees: 4

Ownership Information

Hubzone Owned: N
Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: N
Woman Owned: N

Award Charts




Award Listing

  1. Absolute Cognitive WorklLoad (ACOWL)

    Amount: $79,977.00

    The proposed work will lead to a body-worn, unobtrusive, rugged, and easy to use sensor kit and analysis software solution that will provide the Navy with reliable absolute workload measures of aircre ...

    STTRPhase I2016Department of Defense
  2. Automated Human and System Performance Assessment in Operational Environments

    Amount: $79,997.00

    The development of complex aviation weapons systems involves flight testing at various stages of the design cycle. Test pilots are highly trained individuals with flight and assessment skills necessar ...

    STTRPhase I2011Navy Department of Defense
  3. Tailoring Training for Disparately Skilled Participants in Large Scale Training Exercises

    Amount: $749,966.00

    The SKATE concept was designed to quantify skill levels of trainees, teams, or units, generate skill-appropriate training scenarios, and provide a continuous skill-level assessment of disparately skil ...

    STTRPhase II2010Navy Department of Defense
  4. Tailoring Training for Disparately Skilled Participants in Large Scale Training Exercises

    Amount: $69,941.00

    Large scale training exercises involve many trainees at various stages of their training maturity and at various levels of skill. Problems arise in large scale exercises when less mature or lower skil ...

    STTRPhase I2009Navy Department of Defense
  5. Physiological-based Tools for Virtual Environment Fidelity Design Guidance

    Amount: $496,429.00

    This proposal describes the proposed implementation of the concept of the Quality of Training Effectiveness Assessment (QTEA) system. This concept was developed in Phase I (N074-028-0065). Currently, ...

    STTRPhase II2009Navy Department of Defense
  6. Physiological-based Tools for Virtual Environment Fidelity Design Guidance

    Amount: $69,997.00

    We propose to use physiological sensors to measure the quality of a trainee's interaction with a virtual environment (VE) as a function of VE fidelity to enable design improvements in VEs and to enhan ...

    STTRPhase I2007Navy Department of Defense

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