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).
The recent win requires DS2 to integrate ATAK into the Rapid Airfield Damage Recovery (RADR) process for the Air Force Civil Engineering Center (AFCEC). This integration will allow Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) personnel to manage Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) mitigation tasks from a mobile device and provide enhanced situational awareness. Additionally, DS2 will provide chat, safety enhancements, visualization of critical airfield infrastructure, and more within the ATAK toolset. This is a major step in integrating Civil Engineering applications with other mission areas to enhance decision making, improve safety, and increase collaboration.
Dynamic Software Solutions was recently awarded a software development services contract with Intellisense Systems, headquartered in Los Angeles, California. Intellisense Systems is a leading provider of advanced sensing and display solutions supporting a data continuum from acquisition to visualization, whose innovative technologies include integrated sensor systems, wearable technologies, visualization and display systems, and augmented intelligence software solutions.
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 contract to integrate the Android Tactical Awareness Kit (ATAK) with Nauticus Robotics’ next wave of sustainable subsea technology.
DS2 recently won an additional contract to add to its current IT-70 Schedule (Contract: GS-35F-217DA) through the General Services Administration to strengthen its full range of services for professional services.
We developed integrated ATAK and WinTAK plugins for Intellisenses’s cutting edge weather sensing hardware. After early success building an ATAK plug-in, DS2 was awarded the optional task of developing a WinTAK (Windows-based) version of the SREAF plug-in. This marked our first full implementation of a WinTAK project, and the team nailed it on the first attempt. The SREAF plug-ins make it possible for the weather data to be converted into plain text that is easily interpreted by operators, improving mission decision-making and situational awareness.
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.