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Scientist Presents at By-Invitation-Only Workshop at Army Knowledge Management Symposium

Charles River’s Dan Grecu was a presenter in the by-invitation-only Workshop on Knowledge Management for Small Scale Contingencies at the second Army Knowledge Management Symposium in Overland Park, KS, held April 2-4, 2002. The workshop was organized by Dr. Mike Barnes from the Army Research Lab at Ft. Huachuca, AZ, and Ms.Barbara Broome from the Army Research Lab at Adelphi, MD.

Dan described two knowledge-based approaches developed by Charles River in support of small scale contingency operations. The first technology uses agent-based sensor fusion and visualization to provide situation awareness on warfighters’ wearable devices in urban combat environments. The effort is funded under the Smart Sensor Web program funded by the Office of the Secretary of Defense, and is specifically tuned to requirements of the US Army Dismounted Battlespace Battlelab in Ft. Benning, GA. The second technology details an inferential approach for configuring information delivery and tools to the warfighter in direct response to the latest developments on the battlefield. This effort was funded by the US Army’s CECOM Research, Development, and Engineering Center.

The presentation was met with vivid interest from the participants, and served as a basis for extended discussions on high-performance technologies for knowledge management in support of small contingency operations.

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