DS2 is quickly evolving into a recognized provider of mission planning software to the warfighter.
The next advanced phase of research and development will include a Fly Out Model (FOM) Application Programming Interface (API) Gateway deployed to the Next Generation Open Mission Planning Services (NOMS) architecture. The vision of creating a single gateway API for FOM calculations allows for a single-entry point for all consumers in need of FOM calculation capabilities in their applications. A standardized approach to FOM development and access in NOMS can reduce development costs and at the same time bring together disparate capabilities that exist across FOM solutions. Additionally, this approach supports robust and rapid change to any weapon planning capability.
DS2 will be responsible for developing an initial gateway design and detailed development of a FOM Development Kit (FDK). They will work closely with weapon manufacturers over the next two years to support the future of lean, scalable solutions within the NOMS architecture.
“DS2 is excited to continue our work with AFLCMC/HBM and OL-1. . Our experience developing this solution will provide the architectural runway for FOM manufacturers and enable an integrated approach to FOM developers.,” said Jeff Williams, Director of Operations.
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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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.
Dynamic Software Solutions (DS2), is excited to announce the award of the company’s first Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II contract from the US Small Business Administration, working directly with AFLCMC/HMB OL1.
The Rapid Airfield Damage Repair (RADR) software packages provide the US Air Force with critical analysis of combat damage to airfields/runways during wartime. DS2 has developed RADR solutions for the last 11 years and is proud to be awarded a new 5-year SBIR 3 contract to continue optimizing the capabilities needed by our airmen. This work will build upon current prototypes which enable Civil Engineers and Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) personnel to assess damage, create repair plans, and implement the optimal solutions required to regenerate airfields and restore airfield operations. This project will enhance the sharing, collaboration, and dissemination of data using frameworks, architectures, and continued development of a custom Live Virtual Constructive (LVC) solution in near real-time.
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.
DS2 was recently awarded a State Term Contract (No. 80101507-SA-19-1) with Florida Department of Management Services to provide IT Staff Augmentation Services for state government agencies. DS2 was informed that they submitted a responsive proposal to provide high quality IT staff augmentation services for our state government and were among those that were most advantageous to the State of Florida to enter into contract with. The state term contract is for two years starting in September.
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.