Combat Convoy Simulator (CCS) Post Deployment System Support (PDSS) Award
Dignitas Technologies LLC is pleased to have been selected as the Prime contractor for the Combat Convoy Simulator (CCS) Post Deployment System Support (PDSS) with our partner, FAAC. We look forward to continuing the support of this immersive simulation-based training capability for the United States Marine Corps. These simulators enable an increased training capability by optimizing individual and collective tactical skill proficiency to meet the demands of mounted and dismounted convoy operations for tactical operations.
Check out this video, produced by our partner FAAC, to learn more about CCS.
CyberBOSS demonstration at Combat Support Training Exercise (CSTX)
Dignitas Technologies successfully demonstrated our CyberBOSS technology to the US Army Reserve Command (USARC) during their Combat Support Training Exercise (CSTX) for the 86th Training Division (86TD) at Fort McCoy, WI in August 2023.
The CyberBOSS capability supports the Army’s vision of multi-domain operation (MDO) training incorporating relevant cyberspace effects and operations into existing training environments.
The demonstration was well received by numerous Army leaders including Major General (MG) Tina Boyd, Commanding General (CG) 335th Signal Command, and Brigadier General Michael Dougherty, 86TD CG.
Dignitas awarded DUET Phase III SBIR
Dignitas Technologies LLC, Orlando, FL was recently awarded the Dense Urban Environment Technology (DUET) Phase III SBIR from the Simulation and Training Technology Center (STTC). Dignitas will leverage extensive expertise in synthetic natural environments to provide a detailed and comprehensive representation of dense urban environments, such as megacities, in modeling and simulation applications.
Advanced Computer-based Training Systems (ACTS) Indefinite Delivery-Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) DO 19 Ohio Diesel AMP Award
Dignitas Technologies, through its Dignitas Technologies Joint Venture, was awarded their thirteenth delivery order on the Advanced Computer-based Training Systems (ACTS) Indefinite Delivery-Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) in July 2022. DO 19 Ohio Diesel AMP, is an enhancement that involves updates to the existing Ohio baseline including Procedure Tracking, Auto-Grading, MFMS Functionality and SeaWare addition for the purposes of Evaluating Training Effectiveness, for the Diesel High Lube Oil Temperature and High Diesel Freshwater Temperature faults.
Dignitas continues support for STE RVCT
Dignitas Technologies, LLC has been awarded a subcontract from Cole Engineering Services, Inc. on the Reconfigurable Virtual Collective Trainer (RVCT) Production Other Transaction Authority (OTA). The RVCT includes aviation platforms (RVCT-A), ground platforms (RVCT-G), dismounted infantry collective maneuver training, collective mounted training systems, and mission rehearsal capability.
Dignitas will provide virtual panels for the RVCT-A and RVCT-G platforms which involves modeling and software development in a Unity environment. This award is a continuation of previous work Dignitas conducted for CESI under the original RVCT OTA, with a focus on virtual panels and visual models.
United States Marine Corps (USMC) Immersive Training Environment (ITE)
Dignitas Technologies LLC, Orlando, Florida, was recently awarded a Phase II OTA from the National Security Technology Accelerator (NSTXL) for the United States Marine Corps (USMC) Immersive Training Environment (ITE) prototype project. The objective of Phase II is to develop a prototype of hardware and software that would reduce or eliminate the use of role players by replacing them with Computer Generated Forces (CGF) in various training scenarios within the Marine Corps. The CGF will reinforce important decision-making skills necessary for today’s operational environment.
Eckstein, M. (2015). U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, confront avatars, or virtual humans, while clearing a room at the Office of Naval Research Infantry Immersion Trainer (IIT) located at the I Marine Expeditionary Force Battle Simulation Center at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 19, 2008. [US Navy photograph]. USNI News.
Surface Navy Training Analysis and Curriculum Modernization DO 10 Award
Dignitas Technologies was awarded their 11th delivery order on the Surface Navy Training Analysis and Curriculum Modernization (SNTACM) ID/IQ. This delivery order includes curriculum development for Level 2 Instructor-Led Training (ILT) to modify an existing Landing Platform Dock (LPD-17) training course.
Surface Navy Training Analysis and Curriculum Modernization DO 07 Recently Completed
Dignitas Technologies completed another delivery order on Surface Navy Training Analysis and Curriculum Modernization (SNTACM). Training analysis and design was completed for an Intermediate Welding course. The course was designed to prepare enlisted Hull Technician Students at Surface Warfare Schools Command locations with the training needed to perform journeyman level brazing and Plate Welding.
Surface Navy Training Analysis and Curriculum Modernization DOs 09 & 11 Award
Dignitas Technologies was awarded two more delivery orders on the Surface Navy Training Analysis and Curriculum Modernization (SNTACM) ID/IQ. Delivery order 09 consists of curriculum development for the Senior Enlisted Propulsion Engineering (SEPEC) course that was designed by Dignitas during an earlier delivery order. Delivery order 11 includes training requirements analysis, design, and curriculum development for a DDG 51 FLT III Air Missile Defense Radar (AMDR) Power Conversion Module (PCM) Operator & Maintainer course.
Surface Navy Training Analysis and Curriculum Modernization DO 08 Award
Dignitas was awarded a new delivery order under the Surface Navy Training Analysis and Curriculum Modernization (SNTACM) ID/IQ. The DDG 51 FLT III 4160/450 Electrical Distribution System (EDS) Operator and Maintainer Course Analysis, Design, & Curriculum Development delivery order was awarded to Dignitas Technologies on November 18, 2022. This course will provide Surface Electrician’s Mates (EM) and Gas Turbine Systems Technicians Electrical (GSE) personnel in paygrades E-1 through E-9 with the necessary knowledge and skills to safely align, energize, operate, maintain, and troubleshoot the DDG 51 FLT III shipboard 4160/450 VAC EDS systems and provide operators and maintainers with skills to effectively utilize and maintain the High Resistance Ground (HRG) System Interface.