Over the past two-decades, DS2 staff have been developing solutions to meet various civil engineering command and control mission needs.
RADAS is one of the Air Force Civil Engineer Center’s (AFCEC) latest research and development projects that implements the use our solutions integrated with Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) to reduce the time and risk to assess and recover the airfield after an attack.
UAS’s are quickly deployed to locate airfield damage and unexploded ordinance. Real-time Full Motion Video views are provided to civil engineers through the use of the Geospatial Expeditionary Toolkit (GeoExPT) and other solutions to automatically assess and determine the most efficient areas on the runways and associated taxiways to repair to quickly resume air operations. In operational use, these solutions provide engineers and installation leaders a collaborative and simple- to -use interface in developing an airbase recovery plan.
DS2 will be responsible for procuring, configuring, shipping, installing, and training the systems at approximately twenty-two locations, including installations across Pacific Air Forces (PACAF), United States Air Forces in Europe (USAFE) and stateside.“DS2 is excited to start this new contract with AFCEC. Our end-to-end experience developing, fielding, and training RADAS over the past decade will help to ensure a successful implementation.,” said Rich Pruitt, President.
DS2 is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business providing a full spectrum of life-cycle software engineering, application development, and IT management solutions to DoD, federal and commercial clients. Utilizing agile development procedures, DS2 specializes in modeling and simulation; LVC training; and geospatial, ATAK, and mission planning solutions in support of the warfighter.
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Dynamic Software Solutions (DS2), as a team member under Torch Technologies, was awarded an additional subcontract under Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Unmanned Systems Technologies (EODUST) contract by the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, Airbase Acquisition Branch (AFCEC/CXAE). The goal of this project is to provide professional software development services in support of the continued development of the C2 ADR Simulator. DS2 originally created a C2 ADR Simulator several years ago to promote the use of gaming engine technology to support their training needs.
The EWAAC vehicle will allow DS2 to continue to serve our customers at AFLCMC/EB, AFLCMC/HB, AFRL and others by providing a means to support the development of new technologies and engineering solutions to further their missions. This 10-Year $46 Billion IDIQ is the way of the future, providing Eglin with a local and agile procurement solution to meet the needs of the digital trinity. DS2 is currently using this vehicle to develop mobile mission planning solutions using tools like ATAK, JMPS, and NOMS.
DS2 was awarded a follow-on Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II contract to further develop on the work during the Phase I for the “Integration of Geospatial, Augmented Reality (AR), and Virtual Reality (VR) technologies” topic.
Dynamic Software Solutions was awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I contract from the US Small Business Administration through their SBIR program for the proposal “Integration of Geospatial, Augmented Reality (AR), and Virtual Reality (VR) technologies.” This project is responsive to the Air Force’s needs for an autonomous system to ingest data streams from various platforms/systems utilizing 2- and 3-dimensional data, geospatial data (raster & vector), AR & VR data, and audio data within the US Air Force Command and Control (C2) Simulator.
Dynamic Software Solutions was recently awarded a software development contract (FA805119Q4002) under the General Services Administration (GSA) IT-70 Schedule (GS-35F-217DA).
DS2 was recently awarded a subcontract through Intuitive Research and Technology Corporation of Huntsville, Alabama to address mission planning capability gaps via mobile device / applications.