Warrior Selection Technology

Mission Readiness: Delivered

Algorithmic Warfare

Predict and improve mission performance with AI + adaptive sims.

Adaptive Training Technology

Our tailored training solutions immerse the user in a realistic job environment, continuously and seamlessly adapting to the learner’s skill level to create a consistent, personalized challenge. AIT’s adaptive scenario generation engine (developed via the Office of Naval Research’s SBIR program) supports rapid content development, sequencing, and customization of training scenarios to target unique skill profiles throughout training.

Cognitive Readiness

The taxing physical and psychological demands of military missions means that the “worst-case scenario” needs to be practiced every day. AIT’s suite of personalized learning and assessment systems present a relentless battery of problem situations tailored to the individual trainee – providing exactly the right challenge at the right time.

UAS / Drone Operator Assessment, Selection, & Training

STEALTH ADAPT / SATURN

STEALTH ADAPT

COMMERCIAL DRONE OPERATOR

Military and commercial licenses are available for UAS/Drone Operator assessments, contact us for details.

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MILITARY / DEFENSE PROJECT PROFILES

SBIR PHASE I / II / II.5

STEALTH ADAPT (ONR)

Stealth Adapt

Project Title: Stealth Optimized, Adaptive Assessments for UAS Operator Selection

Customer: Office of Naval Research

Objective: Over 50% of all UAS mishaps are attributed to human factor issues, beginning with poorly defined UAS operator selection capabilities. A product of the Department of Defense’s Small Business Innovative Research program, Adaptive Immersion Technologies developed the Stealth Adapt assessment system to meet the U.S. military’s current and future UAS operator talent selection requirements. The Stealth Adapt system is an adaptive, game-based assessment designed to measure different aspects of operators’ cognitive skills and personal attributes predictive of mission success, and is now available as a commercial drone operator testing product. The simulation immerses the player in a realistic search-and-rescue mission environment and challenges them to optimize various mission outcomes, employing algorithmic stealth assessment technology behind the scenes to assess cognitive skills and predict real-world mission performance.

Developed, verified, and validated within military UAS operations, Stealth Adapt supports efficient and accurate selection of qualified operators. This will help reduce selection and training costs; reduce the chance of catastrophic failures; and help increase productivity and successful mission accomplishment.

As discussed in a recent “Game of Drones” feature from the Office of Naval Research, Stealth Adapt is being integrated into the Navy unmanned training pipeline as a formal selection method.

More information on the “Game of Drones” is available here:

https://www.onr.navy.mil/en/Media-Center/Press-Releases/2018/stealth-adapt

Military Benefit: The primary benefit of this technology is its ability to predict critical UAS mission outcomes as a function of the operator cognitive traits and attributes it measures behind the scenes. This enables military stakeholders to ensure UAS mission teams are staffed with personnel with the appropriate skill set to maximize mission success and minimize catastrophic failures.

WARRIOR HEALTH AVATAR (DHA)

Project Title: Warrior Health Avatar

Customer: Defense Health Agency

Objective: The most common battlefield injuries require immediate medical attention. While soldiers are trained on some medical care, they require automated systems to assist in the complex decision-making required to treat certain injuries. To support this objective, AIT has developed a decision-support system that provides recommendations personalized to warfighter’s unique physiologic characteristics and healthcare backgrounds.

Military Benefit: The key benefit of this technology is its ability to provide personalized recommendations and predictions of medical care based on a warfighter’s individual profile.

SATURN (NAVAIR)
RAPTOR (MDA)

Project Title: Reality Augmentation and Personalized Threat visualization for Operational Readiness (RAPTOR)

Customer: Missile Defense Agency

Objective: Protecting our nation from the threat of ballistic missiles is complex and stressful, often requiring operators to quickly collect and analyze a vast quantity of information in a short amount of time. These operators require innovative systems that can aid in rapidly processing this information, without overloading the operator. To this end, AIT has developed a suite of 3D, virtual reality visualization tools for ballistic missile defense.

Military Benefit: The benefit of this solution allows operators to customize the data visualizations to best suit their needs. The use of 3D visualizations and virtual reality allows them to quickly sort through information, in order to develop and recommend efficient strategies for ballistic missile defense.

ARTEMIS (ONR)

Project Title: Adaptive Realistic Training & Education for Mastery of Instructor Skills (ARTEMIS)

Customer: Office of Naval Research

Objective: Military instructors currently need new forms of training to improve their teaching strategies and discover new methods of instruction. To support this need, AIT developed a virtual learning management system that provides on-demand, adaptive training for military instructors.

Military Benefit: The key benefit of this technology is its ability to selectively recommended training content for instructors, based on their unique profile of skill strengths and weaknesses. It provides content that isn’t too difficult or easy and allows instructors to learn at their own pace and frequency as they learn new skills.

SYSTEMS THINKING ASSESSMENT(ARI/PDRI)