Woburn MA & Orlando, FL, November 14, 2017 --[ASDWire]-- Aptima, the leader in optimizing human performance to ensure that training leads to quantifiable improvements in training and readiness, will be demonstrating its technologies at four exhibit hall locations throughout I/ITSEC, including the Navy and Operation Blended Warrior (OBW) booths. Plan to visit Aptima at the upcoming Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC), the world’s largest modeling, simulation and training conference, which will be held November 27-30, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.
Aptima’s will be showcasing technologies that measure, analyze, understand, and optimize Warfighter performance during Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) training exercises. The company’s solutions provide both instructors and trainees with essential insights and feedback for developing individual, team, and ‘teams of teams’ skills.
I/ITSEC Attendees and Media are encouraged to attend the following:
Booth #2200 - Aptima, Inc.: Are your trainees learning? How do you know? Aptima is answering these and other questions with technologies and solutions that combine measurement with learning data analytics and personalized adaptive training to provide a successive cycle to measure, analyze, understand, and optimize human performance.
Booth #439, Operation Blended Warrior (OBW): This year marks Year 3 of Operation Blended Warrior (OBW), a multi-day, large-scale special LVC event to explore the potential for LVC capabilities to revolutionize training, education, and testing for the defense and security sectors. OBW 2017 has been expanded to include performance measurement technologies provided by Aptima and others. On OBW Day 3 (Nov 29), Aptima will be demonstrating its SPOTLITE® mobile apps for measuring Warfighter performance during the ground battle, and its performance measurement engine, the PM EngineTM, for measuring Warfighter performance during the air battle.
Booth #339 – US Navy
Booth #1900 - Aero Simulation Inc.: Pilots across the DoD continue to face the formidable risks of landing an aircraft during degraded visual—i.e., ‘brownout’—conditions. As ASI demonstrates its Rotary Wing Reconfigurable Flight Trainer (RFT) simulator’s ability to land, Aptima will unobtrusively measure learner performance during the landing approach using the PM EngineTM.
WHAT: Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC)
WHERE: Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL
WHEN: Nov 27 – Nov 30. For exhibit hours, visit: www.iitsec.org
Source: Aptima, Inc.
Date: Nov 14, 2017