MDA selects Charles River Analytics to build a game-based training tool
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Missile Defense Agency (MDA) officials tapped developer of intelligent systems solutions, Charles River Analytics Inc., for a follow-on contract to build a game-based training tool.
Under contract, Charles River engineers will develop the Remediation for Adaptive Missile Planning through Gamified Resilience Training (RAMPART) tool under a two-year contract valued close to $1 million.
RAMPART provides broad and dynamic training scenarios generated with mixed-initiative scenario authoring. Trainees’ performance scores are calculated through a combination of targeted and system-level performance metrics, wargaming, and skill assessment.
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