Threat Suitability Tactical Decision Aid for Anti-Submarine Warfare - June 2015
Adaptive Methods, Inc. of Centreville, VA was awarded a Phase 1 SBIR contract under topic N151-054 Threat Suitability Tactical Decision Aid for Anti-Submarine Warfare. This research proposes to define, design and develop innovative approaches, methods, and software Tactical Decision Aids (TDAs) to evaluate suitability and likelihood of opposing force (OPFOR) Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) threat operations. This project will provide an innovative Threat Suitability TDA that uses fuzzy logic algorithms to define, develop, and evaluate threat suitability. Determining the suitability for an OPFOR threat in a naval environment requires Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis. These methods, can be thought of as a process that combines and transforms spatial and aspatial input data into a resultant output decision. Adaptive Methods is extending this paradigm to include a temporal dimension as a specific type of aspatial domain.
About Adaptive Methods
Adaptive Methods, Inc. (www.adaptivemethods.com) is a developer of advanced sensor systems, sensor processing, and computing architecture products for surveillance, security and military combat systems. Adaptive Methods is based in Centreville, Virginia, with satellite offices in five states. For additional information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.