Provides the Army with training devices, simulations, simulators and instrumentation for both training and testing. STRICOM's products and the products of its subordinate agencies have been training Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines for over 50 years.
TRAC's primary mission is to conduct operations research studies of Army organizations and systems. Members of its military and civilian work force are trained in at least one of the disciplines of operations research, physics, mathematics, engineering, statistics, computer science, psychology, economics or education.
The mission of the Los Alamos Center for Nonlinear Studies (CNLS) is fourfold:to identify and study fundamental nonlinear phenomena and promote their use in applied research, to stimulate interdisciplinary research and information exchanges inside and outside the laboratory, to provide a focal point for collaboration with academic and other scientific centers of excellence, and to disseminate recent developments and introduce young researchers to the subject.
The HFE TAG is composed of technical representatives from the three services, NASA, and the FAA with research and development responsibility in the areas noted. Representatives from activities with allied interests and technical experts in special topical areas are also invited to attend specific meetings. Also participating in the HFE TAG are official representatives of technical societies or industrial associations with a stated interest in HFE.
The IACs are research and analysis organizations chartered by the DoD and operated by DTC to help researchers, engineers, scientists and program managers use existing Scientific and Technical Information. Many (but not all) IAC publications can be found in the DTIC R&E Gateway database (requires registration).
The institute operates both independently and in collaboration with the various Navy and Defense modeling and simulation centers to: carry out basic and applied research; analyze continuing modeling, virtual environments and simulation programs; create advanced prototypes; and develop real technologies and applications for the defense community. The research product directions for the institute include 3D visual simulation, networked virtual environments, computer-generated autonomy, human-computer interaction, technologies for immersion, defense and entertainment collaboration, and next generation modeling.
Human-centered design and operations of complex aerospace systems through analysis, experimentation, and modeling of human performance and human-automation interaction to make dramatic improvements in safety, efficiency, and mission success. See their publications.
Single point of public access to the Navy's Modeling & Simulation Information Service (NMSIS). The NMSIS collects, maintains, and distributes information about Navy Modeling and Simulation (M&S) for the use of Program Managers, engineers, M&S builders, and others throughout the M&S community. SITE NOT WORKING 2017.07.05