I/ITSEC 2019 Demos
Aptima Announces Technology Demonstrations, Focus Events, and Paper Presentations at I/ITSEC 2019
From Tool to Teammate: Building Human-AI Teams. Visit Aptima to learn how AI is revolutionizing how we learn, train, and work
Woburn, MA & Orlando, FL – November 25, 2019 – Aptima, the leader in optimizing human performance to ensure that training leads to quantifiable improvements in training and readiness, will be demonstrating its AI-enabled technologies at I/ITSEC 2019. I/ITSEC, the world’s largest modeling, simulation and training conference, will be held December 2-3, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.
I/ITSEC Attendees and Media are encouraged to attend the following.
Booth #2401 – Aptima – Optimizing training and performance in the Age of Human-AI teams. The third wave of Artificial Intelligence—or AI—is revolutionizing the way we learn, train, and work, and Aptima is leading the way.
- AI-powered Precision Learning Systems for Existing Sims and Legacy Programs: To deliver precision learning, Aptima’s AI-enabled training solutions make sense of large data sets to understand organizational and mission needs, and assess the learner’s current state, as well as measure how skills and knowledge evolve.
- Human-AI Collaboration for Improving Team Performance: To optimize human-AI team performance, Aptima’s solutions embed AI as a teammate to observe, listen, assist, and coordinate—as a trainer, trainee, or classmate—through naturalistic, intuitive user interactions, in combination with context-aware analytics of user goals and mission data.
- AI-enabled Sensor Technologies for Continuous Feedback and Improvement: To increase readiness, Aptima’s AI-enhanced situation awareness platform remotely monitors worker health, safety, and performance in physically challenging work environments.
- AI Panelist for Discussing and Building the Future of Training and Education: Meet Charlie, the world’s first AI-empowered panelist that has been built on cutting edge technology, trained on I/ITSEC publications, and designed to add new ideas to the “Imagine 2030” panel discussion, as well as answer your questions in the Aptima booth.
Booth #1533 – US Air Force – The Not So Grand Challenge: Agent development is lengthy and expensive, agents are typically brittle, and they rarely generalize to new tactical settings or simulations. Under the auspices of the 711th Human Performance Wing, Warfigher Readiness Research Division, Aptima is leading eight American computational modeling companies in the design of red air agents, a testbed, and requirements for future training and operational systems.
Booth #249 – US Navy – Team-based Advanced Resilience Accelerator: This tablet-based performance assessment tool allows submarine watch teams to optimize the development of resilient team skills that are critical to submarine tactical teams while minimizing the demand on instructors.
WHAT: Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC)
WHERE: Orange County Convention Center, South Concourse Exhibit Halls A and B, Orlando, FL
WHEN: Dec 2-5. For exhibit hours, visit: www.iitsec.org.
Maritime International Training Support Group
Presenter: Kara Orvis, PhD
Measuring Team Performance
MONDAY, 2 DECEMBER ▪ 0830 ▪ S310C
Imagine 2030: AI-Empowered Learning
Moderator: Daniel Serfaty
WEDNESDAY, 4 DECEMBER ▪ 0830 ▪ S320GH
Nathan Schurr, Ph.D.: How I Met Charlie: Developing the World’s First AI Panelist
Samantha Dubrow: Human-Machine Teaming: What Skills Do the Humans Need?
TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER ▪ 1400 ▪ S330EF
Toward the Development of a Medical Simulation Training Architecture
Harald Scheirich, SimQuest; Jeffrey Beaubien, Aptima; Rodney Metoyer, BioMojo; Gianluca De Novi, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School; Tim Kelliher, SimQuest
WEDNESDAY, 4 DECEMBER ▪ 0830 ▪ S320A
An Evidence-Based Methodology for Evaluating the Community Impacts of a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Instructional Program
Jessica Cortez, Cubic; John Kegley, Aptima; Wink Bennett, Airman Systems Directorate, Warfighter Readiness Research Division
WEDNESDAY, 4 DECEMBER ▪ 0830 ▪ S320D
Real-Time Measurement of Team Cognitive Load during Simulation-based Training
Jeffrey Beaubien, Sterling Wiggins, William DePriest, Aptima, Inc.
WEDNESDAY, 4 DECEMBER ▪ 0830 ▪ S320E
Training Teamwork Skills in an Intelligent Tutoring System
Robert McCormack, Tara Kilcullen, Alexander Wade, Tara Brown, Alexander Case, Dan Howard, Aptima; Anne Sinatra, U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Soldier Center SFC Paul Ray Smith Simulation & Training Technology Center
WEDNESDAY, 4 DECEMBER ▪ 1030 ▪ S320F
Communication Skills Development for Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs)
Kara Orvis, Jessica Shenberger-
Trujillo, Kristy Kay, Krista Ratwani, Aptima, Inc.; April Sanders, U.S. Army Research
Institute, Fort Hood Unit
THURSDAY, 5 DECEMBER ▪ 1330 ▪ S320D