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 collaborative team, under Torch Technologies as the prime, will continue their design and development of the C2 ADR Simulator. C2 ADR Simulator is built using Unity, one of the world’s best real-time development platform. Our focus has been to create an immersive 3D experience that enables instructors to train civil engineering airmen on the process of repairing airfields and collaborating with their team within a virtual environment. The complexity of this process, coupled with the multitude of equipment, personnel, and materials, makes it a challenging task to train individuals. With the added difficulty in getting airmen to locations for training, the high costs of real repair simulations, and immense safety concerns due to COVID and general safety during construction exercises, the use of C2 ADR Simulator enables more students to be trained simultaneously and provides significant cost reductions and continued training opportunities.
As the longstanding developer of several other Rapid Airfield Damage Assessment System (RADAS) tools, including Geospatial Expeditionary Planning Tool (GeoExPT), Installation Recovery After Attack, and GeoExPT Airfield Damage Repair Synchronization Server, the team will leverage their expertise to accurately model the ADR processes in a simulated environment.
“The world of RADR is very familiar to us,” said Jeff Williams, Director of Operations. “We have been promoting the use of this type of technology for several years as we see it really enhances our customers experience, increases collaboration, and allows them to conceptualize and create new exercises quickly and efficiently”.
Niceville, Florida - DS2 is proud to announce the launch of the Virtual Sand Table (VST): an automated, scalable, and streamlined solution to antiquated Rapid Airfield Damage Repair (RADR) training processes.
Dynamic Software Solutions (DS2) as a team member under Torch Technologies, were awarded a one-year base, and four option periods, 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 Research, Develop, Test, and Evaluate (RDT&E) technologies and capabilities that address Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), Rapid Airfield Damage Repair (RADR), Civil Engineering Operations, and Logistics and Mission Support.
Dynamic Software Solutions, LLC (DS2) recently received notification from the U.S. Air Force Security Control Assessor that the Geospatial Expeditionary Planning Tool (GeoExPT) Airfield Damage Repair (ADR) Synchronization (GAS) Server Version 10.x is now certified for use on the Air Force network.
DS2 is developing a plug-in to the Android Tactical Assault Kit (ATAK) platform that integrates with the Air Force’s Geospatial Expeditionary Planning Tool (GeoExPT).
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 is passionate about furthering the education and skills of our team. Last week, nearly the entire development team at DS2 attended a 2-day group training focusing on React skills. Lead by web development guru, Brad Westfall of React Training, who has been teaching web development for over a decade, this two-day workshop covered React proficiency through guided lectures and project-based learning.