Blog PostsAptima Announces Tech Demos at I/ITSEC 2023

Aptima Announces Tech Demos at I/ITSEC 2023

Showcasing human performance analytics for optimizing learning and force readiness for “Proficiency & Readiness at Scale” in Booth #1101

Aptima, Inc., the leader in how humans learn, train, and work in the age of AI, will demonstrate at Booth 1101 at I/ITSEC 2023 proven solutions that measure and improve human performance and readiness at the individual, team, and organizational levels.

Aptima Booth 1101: Proficiency & Readiness at Scale

AI Assistant for Instructional Systems Designers
Accelerating ISD analysis to create and update training at “Speed to the Fleet”
With the US Navy’s requirement to create and update training, ensuring with “Speed to the Fleet,” there is an urgent need to find automated and reliable methods to accelerate for Instructional Systems Design (ISD) analysis. In this demonstration, Aptima is showcasing its application of large language models (LLMs) that support automating the data collection and development of training artifacts, data-enabling components to reduce reducing time and cost.

At-The-Edge Training Matchmaker
Optimizing the match between task requirements, individuals, training needs, and resources
This innovative solution will extend training systems to deployed locations to give Warfighters access to the training they need when they need it. Instead of guesswork and ad hoc task assignment, it will systematically match the mission requirement to individuals with the most relevant competencies and skills, and, then close the skills gap by delivering targeted training, assessing learning to validate proficiency, and providing job aids to reduce the reliance on memory during mission execution. The system will consist of a decision augmentation tool, human digital twins that represent the competencies of each Warfighter, mission task inventories that map to competency models, training content repositories also mapped to competency models, and a suite of user end devices (tablets, VR headsets, AR glasses, etc.) connected to a deployable network infrastructure that can effectively scale to a wide range of operational environments, austere to modern.

Neurophysiological Measurement for In-The-Moment Adaptive Training
Personalizing training to maximize learning and trainee throughput
Aptima has developed a training enhancement platform that provides a neural indicator of stress and engagement fused with instructor observation to provide multimodal state assessment of trainees. The platform provides instructors with a deep understanding of trainee state to enable them to intervene at the right time, provide targeted after-action reviews to trainees, and ensure maximum trainee throughput. This innovative system leverages Aptima’s extensive experience in physiological measurement, instructional support tools, and performance assessment to enable in-the-moment adaptive training.

Proficiency and Readiness Optimizing Platform and Ecosystem for Learning
Proficiency Defined: Tailored training and optimized readiness
The Proficiency and Readiness Optimizing Platform and Ecosystem for Learning (PROPEL) is a precision training solution that ingests and assesses observer- and simulator-based human performance data from training and operational environments. PROPEL uses LLM-based algorithms and recommender tools to provide personalized and tailored training at scale as well as adaptive custom learning paths for every learner. It provides actionable insights and trend analysis to include the measurement of training effectiveness.

Augmenting Training Operations Management with Human Performance Insights
Identifying opportunities for additional learning within simulation data for trainee support and remediation
Aptima and Lone Star Analytics (LSA) are combining LSA’s MaxUp Training Enterprise Model (TEM), which enables “what-if” analysis for planning, operations, impact, and risk mitigation, with Aptima’s Proficiency Based Training tool for tracking, analyzing, warehousing, and visualizing human performance data. The resulting capability identifies opportunities for additional learning within simulation data for trainee support and remediation.

  • WHAT: Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC)
  • WHERE: Orange County Convention Center, West Concourse, Orlando, FL
  • WHEN: Nov 27–Nov 30. For exhibit hours, visit:

Aptima authors will also be presenting 6 papers I/ITSEC 2023. For a full schedule of paper presentations, please visit

About Aptima, Inc.

For over 25 years, Aptima’s mission has been to improve and optimize performance in mission-critical, technology-intensive settings. Visit

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