Dignitas Research Aimed at Improvements to OneSAF’s Traffic Model
Posted on January 1, 2013
Dignitas Technologies is working to improve OneSAF’s representation of civilian traffic with a particular focus on meeting the needs of virtual Army driver trainers, such as the Common Driver Trainer. Dignitas engineers will leverage a mixture of near-term improvements, which can be transitioned to OneSAF during the one year period of performance, as well as investigation of more advanced updates through experimentation. In addition to the strong focus on transition, Dignitas is committed to coordinating with other programs and contractors to maximize reuse of technology and concepts. Dignitas is supported by subcontractor Cognitics on this effort.
This effort is conducted in collaboration with the Program Manager of Ground Combat Tactical Trainer (PM GCTT). AMSO is the funding agency and RDECOM STTC is the contracting agency.
“This project leverages our extensive experience in tailoring OneSAF and SE Core technologies to virtual program needs.” said Jon Watkins, Dignitas COO and program manager for this effort. “We are very proud of our success rate in transitioning research funding into major Army programs. This effort will provide another opportunity to improve Army simulation systems through focused research.”
Dignitas Technologies, LLC, a Certified Woman-Owned Small Business, founded in 2004, is providing system and software engineering services for the modeling and simulation community with a mission to shape the future of simulation with innovative technology. Dignitas leads several Small Business Innovation Research projects and supports a wide range of large and small programs spanning the Live, Virtual, and Constructive domains across a diverse customer set. Dignitas has extensive experience and successful past performance in the development of key simulation systems and provides expertise in management, research, engineering, and programming.