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Aptima’s mission is to optimize the performance of humans learning and operating in technology intensive, mission critical settings including defense, intel, aviation, law enforcement, and healthcare. We apply deep expertise in how humans think, learn, and behave to the goal of advancing readiness. Join us in Booth #613 at I/ITSEC 2018 as we demonstrate how Aptima’s tools combine measurement with learning data analytics and personalized adaptive training to provide a successive cycle to measure, analyze, understand, and optimize human performance. The result is accelerated learning and enhanced human-machine teaming in preparation for the challenges that lie ahead—for individuals, teams, and the entire workforce.
SAIL3—the Sailor Adaptive Intelligent Life-Long Learning system—is an innovative proficiency and readiness system that uses advanced data analytics, human performance and learning sciences, and AI-based machine learning to provide Sailors with a “learning GPS” throughout their careers. Accessing SAIL3 at the point of need, on personal digital devices or through a Navy managed system, Sailors will be able to manage all aspects of their career, training, and compensation concerns—anytime/anywhere. At the same time, SAIL3 will provide leaders and commanders with a continuous assessment of personnel proficiency and mission readiness at the Navy enterprise level. Demonstration: Wednesday November 28, 4:00 PM (Session 3: Performance Measurement)
Teamwork skills are increasingly recognized as critical components of mission performance. Breakdowns in these skills can lead to mission failure, loss of resources, or even loss of life. Training these skills, however, have proven difficult. ARL-STTC and Aptima are demonstrating the Teamwork Tutor system which builds upon the Generalized Intelligent Framework for Tutoring (GIFT) to provide realistic teamwork skill training in a virtual environment.
Aptima, in partnership with Soar Technology, has developed SPAAR, the Spartan After Action Review tool for the Office of Naval Research. SPAAR allows users to utilize multiple time-synced video, overhead map, and other real-time data feeds for quick and effective after-action reviews. With SPAAR, the United States Marine Corps is able to efficiently access more data than ever before to aid in the training of small unit decision making.
Ravenswood and Aptima are demonstrating a combined capability to measure and track all aspects of team performance in live training environments. Ravenswood’s Orion platform tracks, in real time, the movement and actions of participants in the environment and provides 3D mapping, video, and audio replay of training events. Aptima’s SPOTLITE integrates observer performance ratings and video markup of critical training feedback. Finally, Aptima’s ACCRUE software provides analysis and visualization of team communications to identify breakdowns or highlight successes in coordination among team members.
Assessing Intuitive Decision Making with Cognitive Neuroscience-based Methods (18110)
TUESDAY • 27 NOVEMBER • 1600 • ROOM S320F
Lisa C. Lucia, Ph.D., Jeffrey M. Beaubien, Ph.D., E. Webb Stacy,
Ph.D., Aptima, Inc.; CAPT Ronald Steed, USN (Ret.)
Presented by Lisa Lucia, Aptima, Inc.
A Systematic Approach for Human Patient Simulation Assessment (18090)
WEDNESDAY • 28 NOVEMBER • 0830 • ROOM S320E
Jennifer Winner, AFRL; Col Douglas Hodge, USAF (Ret.), David Malek, National Center for Medical Readiness; Caitlan Rizzardo, Aptima, Inc.; Victoria Krumholtz, Leidos, Inc.
Presented by Victoria Krumholtz of Leidos, Inc.
Aligning Current AR/VR/MR Training with the Science of Learning (18036)
ED-3 WEDNESDAY • 28 NOVEMBER • 0830 • ROOM S320D
Jeffrey M. Beaubien, Ph.D., Evan Oster, Janet Spruill, Aptima, Inc.
Presented by Evan Oster and Janet Spruill, Aptima, Inc.
Managing Learning and Tracking Performance across Multiple Mission Sets (18304)
WEDNESDAY • 28 NOVEMBER • 0830 • ROOM S320F
Eric Watz, Peter Neubauer, John Kegley, Ph.D., Aptima, Inc.
Presented by Peter Neubauer, Aptima, Inc.
Assessing Character in Army Initial Entry Training (18050)
WEDNESDAY • 28 NOVEMBER • 1400 • ROOM S320D
Tatiana H. Toumbeva, Andrew Naber, Ph.D., Kristy Reynolds, Krista L. Ratwani, Ph.D., Aptima, Inc.; Frederick J. Diedrich, Ph.D., Scott M. Flanagan, Sophia Speirs; Jennifer S. Tucker, Ph.D., Army Research Institute; Giovanna Ubillus, Charles Nocker, Corrine M. Gerard, PricewaterhouseCoopers Public Sector, LLP
Presented by Tatiana Toumbeva, Aptima, Inc.
Initial Evaluations of Adaptive Training Technology for Language and Culture (18145)
WEDNESDAY • 28 NOVEMBER • 1600 • ROOM S320E
W. Lewis Johnson, Ph.D., Brenda Lindsay, Alelo, Inc.; Andrew Naber, Ph.D., Alan Carlin, Jared Freeman, Aptima Inc.
Presented by W. Lewis Johnson of Alelo, Inc.
Building a Human-Machine Teaming Training Testbed (18112)
THURSDAY • 29 NOVEMBER • 1030 • ROOM S320C –
Julia L. Berger Walsh, Ph.D., Kent C. Halverson, Ph.D., Eric Watz, Aptima, Inc.; David Malek, Wright State Research Institute
Presented by Julia Berger Walsh
Mobile Assessment Technology in Army Schoolhouse Training (18114)
THURSDAY • 29 NOVEMBER • 1030 • ROOM S320D
Elizabeth R. Uhl, Ph.D., U.S. Army Research Institute; Courtney Dean, Krista Ratwani, Ph.D., Aptima, Inc.
Ignite is a presentation format that allows dynamic, high octane speakers a platform to share their passion and ideas. I/ITSEC’s version of Ignite focuses on topics that are relevant and thought-provoking, so bring your short attention span and prepare to be inspired, entertained, educated and amazed by an array of talented speakers! These presenters have been selected from over 30 nominations, and each talk is jam-packed with inspiration and information using 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds, creating a fun and dynamic event.
Communication is Key: From the Who to the What
Presented by Robert McCormack on behalf of Samantha Perry, Aptima, Inc.
Is Foreign Language Acquisition unique in Adaptive Training?
Presented by Andrew Naber, Aptima, Inc.
Learning is Prediction
Presented by Webb Stacy, Aptima, Inc.
Why Automated Agents Should Be More Like Alfred Pennyworth
Presented by Sylvain Bruni, Aptima, Inc.