Charles River Analytics Completes Information Warfare Tool for SRA

Charles River Analytics recently completed a project to improve the effectiveness of Information Warfare operations. Charles River Analytics, Inc. designed Commander’s Decision Aids for Predictive Battle-space Awareness (CDA4PBA) in a subcontract for SRA, a leading provider in technology and strategic consulting services and solutions. John T. Langton, the technical lead of the project at Charles […]

Charles River Analytics’ Research Showcased at Conferences and Committees

In the second half of 2005, representatives of Charles River Analytics participated in various conferences and committees. July Information Fusion July 2005 SID International Symposium, Seminar and Exhibition August DARPATech 2005 August ICDAR 2005 August NRC Committee on Human Factors September NRC Organizational Models From Individuals to Societies Committee September HFES Annual Meeting September NDIA Joint Undersea Warfare Technology Fall Conference October AIPR Workshop […]

Chief Scientist Invited to Speak at Situation Awareness for Biodefense Meeting

FORT DETRICK, MD – Subrata Das, Chief Scientist at Charles River Analytics, has been invited to present at the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center’s Situational Awareness for Biodefense meeting that will take place on December 7, 2005. Dr. Das will present Charles River Analytics’ research in the ALADDIN project, an early-warning system for epidemics […]

Charles River Analytics and SIMAF Present SAMPLE Intelligent Agents Piloting the EAAGLES Flight Simulator at I/ITSEC

Charles River Analytics and the Simulation and Analysis Facility (SIMAF) of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base are jointly presenting the SAMPLE Intelligent Agent Implementation Tool for Situation-Assessment-Based Decision Support and the EAAGLES flight simulator at I/ITSEC, the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference. I/ITSEC takes place in Orlando, FL, from November 28 to December 1, 2005, […]

Chief Scientist Invited to Speak at ONR’s Level 2/3 Fusion Workshop

Subrata Das, Chief Scientist at Charles River Analytics, was invited by the Office of Naval Research to present at their Level 2/3 Fusion Workshop that took place from November 16-18, 2005, in Arlington, VA. Dr. Das delivered a talk on “Hybrid Inferencing for Data Fusion.” About Dr. Subrata K. Das, Chief Scientist: Dr. Das leads research […]

Charles River Analytics Sponsors NECHFES Student Conference

Charles River Analytics sponsored the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society New England Chapter’s student conference, which took place on November 4, 2005, at Tufts University in Medford, MA. The aim of the conference is to bring together professionals and students in human factors and ergonomics in the New England area, with a particular focus on […]

Charles River Analytics and Raytheon Solipsys selected to Develop Human Computer Interface Components for J-UCAS Common Operating System

In its role as the integrator/broker for the Joint Unmanned Combat Air Systems (J-UCAS) Common Operating Systems (COS), the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Md., has selected Raytheon Solipsys and Charles River Analytics to develop and evaluate software that will determine how people control and operate the J-UCAS COS. The objective […]

Charles River Analytics at AIPR 2005

Dr. Scott Ralph, a senior scientist at Charles River Analytics, presented a paper at the Applied Imagery Pattern Recognition (AIPR) 2005 Workshop that took place in Washington, DC from October 19-21, 2005. The AIPR workshop is geared at exploring new technologies in the area of Multi-Modal Imaging and its related fields. Topics discussed in session […]

Charles River Analytics Presents Decision Making System at DarpaTech

Charles River Analytics displayed the REASON Collaborative Negotiation Tool for Group Decision-Making at DarpaTech 2005, the 24th DARPA Systems and Technology Symposium. This Symposium took place in Anaheim, California, from August 9 to 11, 2005. REASON is a decision aiding system that enables users to make rapid, rational, and sound decisions. REASON consists of a […]

Charles River Analytics Sponsors UAI Conference

Charles River Analytics sponsored the 2005 Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI) Conference, which took place in Edinburgh, Scotland from July 26-29, 2005. Sean L. Guarino and Dan Grecu exhibited Charles River Analytics’s Bayesian Belief Network tool, BNet™.Builder, at the conference. BNet.Builder is a desktop application for rapidly creating Belief Networks, entering information, and getting results. […]

Scientists at the 8th International Conference on Information Fusion

Scientists from Charles River Analytics participated in the 8th International Conference on Information Fusion, which took place in Philadelphia from July 25-29, 2005. Information Fusion 2005 is the world’s premiere conference on information fusion for industry, academia, and defense organizations. The goal of the conference is “to advance the profession of FUSION technologies, propose approaches […]

Congressman Michael Capuano Visits Charles River Analytics

Congressman Michael Capuano visited Charles River Analytics on July 18, 2005. Congressman Capuano represents the 8th Congressional District of Massachusetts, which includes Cambridge, Chelsea, Somerville, and most of Boston. During the visit, Congressman Capuano toured Charles River’s facilities, met with the staff, and learned more about the company, its projects, and its long-standing connections to […]

Boston Business Journal Features Charles River Analytics

Charles River Analytics was featured in the Boston Business Journal in an article entitled, “Two Area Defense Companies Explore Civilian Markets” (by Sheri Qualters, July 8-14, 2005, pg. 9). The article discussed the strong growth in the DoD market for knowledge intensive technologies, Charles River Analytics’ positioning to serve that sector, and the push to […]

Charles River Analytics Releases New Bayesian Network Developer Toolkit BNet.EngineKit™ 1.0 Release

Charles River Analytics today announced the launch of its new Bayesian belief network modeling tool, BNet.EngineKit 1.0. BNet.EngineKit is a developer toolkit for researchers and engineers to use to embed belief networks in software applications. Unique in its focus on clear APIs with the right functionality, BNet.EngineKit offers software developers who are not inference algorithm specialists […]

Charles River Analytics Research Showcased at Conferences and Committees

In the first half of 2005, representatives of Charles River Analytics presented papers and led sessions at various conferences or committees. January WACV 2005 January 21st IIPS International Conference January Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Research Advisory Committee Meeting February NRC Committee on Human Factors March/April D&S 2005 May Information Fusion 2005 May BRIMS 2005 Conference May Society for Information Display 2005 May 2005 International Conference […]

Charles River Analytics at GECCO 2005

Scientists from Charles River Analytics presented a paper at the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO-2005) that took place on June 25-29, 2005 in Washington, D.C. At the conference, presenters shared the latest research and information in genetic and evolutionary computation. The conference is a recombination of the 10th Genetic Programming Conference and the 14th […]

Charles River Analytics at A3DISS and CVPR Conferences

Scientists from Charles River Analytics presented a paper at the IEEE Workshop on Advanced 3D Imaging for Safety and Security (A3DISS) on June 25, 2005 in San Diego, California. The workshop brings together academic and industrial researchers in computer vision and image analysis to share information on 3D imaging technologies and their future usage in […]

Scientists Present NASA-sponsored Research at 2005 SID Conference

Scientists from Charles River Analytics presented a paper at the 2005 Society for Information Display (SID) International Symposium, Seminar and Exhibition that took place in Boston, MA on June 2, 2005. The conference is an international gathering of the members of the Society for Information Display (SID). Jonathan Pfautz and Adam Fouse presented a paper […]

Charles River Analytics at 2005 BRIMS Conference

Scientists and Software Engineers from Charles River Analytics presented papers at the 2005 Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation (BRIMS). The BRIMS Conference was hosted by Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO) and took place in Universal City, California, from May 16-19, 2005. The BRIMS Conference is an annual forum for the modeling and […]

Charles River Analytics Develops Situation Awareness and Knowledge Acquisition Tool for the AFRL

Charles River Analytics received a follow on contract from the Air Force Research Lab to develop the On-line Situation Awareness and Knowledge Acquisition (OSAKA) system for Air Operation Centers. Recent military operations have demonstrated the need for enhanced battlespace situation awareness (SA). The Air Force requires a system to manage the multiple types of advancements […]

Charles River Analytics Develops JFACC System

Charles River Analytics received follow on funding from the Air Force Research Lab to develop the JFACC Agent-based Mentoring System (JAMS). JAMS is an online, software-based mentoring tool that monitors mission planning and execution activities within the Joint Air Operations Center (JAOC) and advises the Joint Force Air Component Commander (JFACC) regarding status and effectiveness […]

Scientists Present Research at 2005 International Conference on Intelligence Analysis

Scientists from Charles River Analytics presented a paper at the 2005 International Conference on Intelligence Analysis that took place on May 2-6, 2005 in McLean, Virginia. This conference “aims to report fundamental, novel, and operationally significant advances in the art of intelligence analysis and the associated science and technology support from national, military, academic and […]

Missile Defense Agency Awards Follow-On Funding for Missile Defense Tool

Charles River Analytics received follow-on funding to develop a sensor network optimization tool for the Missile Defense Agency, in conjunction with the Naval Surface Warfare Center. Sensor Network Optimization using Multi-Agent Negotiation (SNOMAN) for Missile Defense is an adaptive system designed for the unpredictable environment in which missile defense takes place. While traditional sensor management […]

Charles River Analytics Develops Knowledge Exchange Toolkit

Charles River Analytics is developing the TREK Toolkit for Real-Time, Distributed, Decision-Making applied to Targeting, Fire Control & Damage Assessment. TREK is a Java toolkit that provides an information management system as well as a real-time role assignment component. It addresses concerns that existing collaborative software systems do not by supporting the development of collaborative, […]

Charles River Analytics Develops Satellite Stereo Imaging System for AFRL

Charles River Analytics received funding from the Air Force Research Lab to develop the Stereo Anaglyph Creation via Image Sequences to Image Pairs (ISIP) project. The Air Force requires a system that automatically analyzes image sequences from a ground-based telescope or a satellite camera and selects pairs of images of uncooperative space objects that pass […]

Charles River Analytics Develops Algorithm System that Adjusts for Variable Operating Conditions

Charles River Analytics is developing a system for the Air Force Research Laboratory Sensors Directorate (AFRL/SN) for detecting and tracking moving objects. Since image exploitation algorithms for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) and weapon systems are sensitive to differences between the operating conditions (OCs) under which they are trained and the extended operation conditions in […]

Charles River Analytics’ at SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2005

Scientists from Charles River Analytics presented papers at the SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2005 that took place on March 28 – April 1, 2005 in Orlando, Florida. The conference is an international symposium for researchers of sensors and sensor processing algorithms, and is annually attended by several thousand researchers in industry, government, and academia. […]

AnyLogic Demonstrates Simulation with Bayesian Networks Using BNet.EngineKit™ Pre-Release Testing of BNet.EngineKit Shows Promise for Handling Uncertainty in Simulation and Modeling

XJ Technologies and Charles River Analytics announced today a demonstration of BNet.EngineKit, a developer toolkit for implementing Bayesian belief networks, in simulation tool AnyLogic. This advance provides analysts in industries ranging from manufacturing and transportation to healthcare and telecom, and in applications including logistics, strategic planning and risk/benefit analysis the ability to handle uncertainty in their […]